• 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Easy to set up, and works fine.

    This took less then 5 min to set up, connected to my network with no issues and works perfect. My issues are with no home kit integration and the app is a bit slow to recognize, but all in all happy wit the product.

    I think there is not way to upgrade the firmware to allow a home kit integration so I will just use it till it dies then get something else.

    Hopefully Apple will decide to get off the couch and start making some home automation 1st party products.

    3 of 4 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Very efficient & convenient!

    Setup was very easy! I got it up and running within about 7 minutes. Only think I wish it had HomeKit with Siri support. After looking at chamberlain websites, it does say they are working on it with a software update!

    3 of 3 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Easily smartphone enables any garage door

    The MyQ Controller mounts in your garage. It connects to your wireless network so your smartphone can access it via WiFi or the internet via a MyQ (free) service. The MyQ Controller acts as a repeater that sends open/close commands to your garage door opener as if it were a door transmitter in your car. This means it works with nearly any garage door opener.

    A separate battery powered sensor mounts on your garage door which confirms if the door is opened or closed. The iPhone App shows a picture of your door in the open or closed state.

    You can buy an additional sensor from Chamberlain to work with a second garage door. But that's it. This allows you to smartphone control up to two garage doors.

    The iPhone app is basic but workable. Graphics show you the current state of the door and tapping the door opens or closes it.

    Easy to install and program especially if you have programmed the transmitters in your car before.

    60 of 62 people found this useful