Control smart lights with just your voice

When you connect Philips Hue lights to a smart home assistant, your lights listen for your command. Tell them what to do, and they’ll do it — look, no hands!

Voice-controlled lights make a smart home even smarter

Control a single light

Control a single light

Reading lamp not bright enough? Control any individual light in your home using its name and a simple command.

“Dim the table light”

Control one or more rooms

Control one or more rooms

Set a color, brightness, or scene in a room instantly — simply by using your voice.

“Set bedroom to Ruby Glow”

Control your entire home

Control your entire home

With voice-controlled lights, you'll never have to get out of bed again to flip a light switch.

“Turn off all the lights”

Explore Alexa

Amazon Alexa

“Alexa, set garden to Soho”

Connect any Alexa-enabled device, such as your Echo or Echo Dot, to Philips Hue to reap the benefits of smart voice-activated lights. With tons of easy-to-remember commands and endless possibilities, using your smart home assistant will become second nature.

Explore Siri

Apple HomeKit

“Hey Siri, dim the lights”

Whether you’ve got an iPhone, a HomePod, or any other compatible Apple smart device, you can tap into Siri to take one task off your hand — controlling your lights. Give Siri any one of dozens of commands to turn on and off your lights, set scenes, and much more.

Explore Google Assistant

The Google Assistant

“Hey Google, turn on all the lights”

With the Google Assistant, voice-activated lights are no longer a thing of the future. Use simple commands to control any of your home’s smart lights, including setting scenes, switching lights on and off, dimming and brightening, and setting the Wake up feature, which wakes you up naturally with light.

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*When a bulb displays "Up to" a certain number of lumens in its specifications, it displays the maximum lumen output of the bulb. It shows how bright the bulb can get at 2700 K (White bulbs) or 4000 K (White ambiance or White and color ambiance bulbs). Learn more about brightness