With NoAPP™ technology, BroadLink creatively turns the IoT device itself into a wireless access point so you could log onto it with your phone to give it your router's details. That would then connect it to the Internet and in turn connect it directly to Alexa and Google Home.
"This will bring the world new generation of smart home setup experience," said Jack Yao, BroadLink's co-founder and COO. "Now, end users can save up to 60% of time on device setup and get almost 100% success. Device manufacturers and retailers also showed great interests in this technology which helps them free from endless bug fixes and maintenance for their apps while most people prefer to use Alexa and Google Home."
The NoAPP™ feature will be firstly available on BroadLink's 4th generation of smart devices such as smart plug and smart bulb in June on Amazon US and Australia. Other regions will be covered later in Q3.