How to Add any TP-Link Tapo Devices to Apple HomeKit

How to Add any TP-Link Tapo Devices to Apple HomeKit

If you’ve tried to control your TP-Link Tapo devices with the Apple Home app and Siri, you are probably looking for a way to add your TP-Link Tapo devices to Apple HomeKit. You are in the right place. Keep reading until the end to find the best way.

Some Tapo devices work with Apple HomeKit. But if you have a Tapo device that is not compatible with Apple HomeKit, you can add your TP-Link Kasa devices to HomeKit using a third-party HomeKit bridge.

Here are the best ways to add Tapo devices to HomeKit:

Let’s find more juicy details about these solutions.

Best Ways to Add TP-Link Tapo Devices to HomeKit

Here're the best ways to add your Tapo devices to Apple HomeKit.

Enomek App (Recommended Solution)

If you’re eager to add your Tapo devices to Apple HomeKit, Enomek is the ideal solution. Enomek is a web-based application to enable any app on Apple HomeKit. It provides a detailed step-by-step guide and the best solutions to add any device to Apple HomeKit.

Step guide for Enomek App Installation

This is my recommended solution as it is simple and overcomes limitations of the Homebridge solution. So, you don’t need to have any technical knowledge to integrate your Tapo app with Apple HomeKit.

AddToHomeKit (Easiest Solution)

AddToHomeKit is one of the easiest solutions to add your TP-Link Tapo Devices to Apple HomeKit. You can easily control your Tapo devices with Apple Home and Siri. Only you need to follow the simple steps to integrate your devices with Apple HomeKit.

Athom Bridge (Affordable Solution)

Athom Bridge can be considered the most affordable solution for adding your Tapo devices to HomeKit. It is a small plug-and-play device with HomeBridge pre-installed. Click the below button to get the Athom Bridge solution.


Similar to Athom Bridge, HOOBS is a plug-and-play device that allows you to add many non-HomeKit compatible smart devices to HomeKit. You can connect over 5000 accessories and support more than 3000 plugins.



Homebridge is a software solution that emulates the iOS HomeKit API. This lightweight NodeJS server allows you to bridge unsupported devices. But you need to have some technical knowledge to install Homebridge plugin and add your Tapo to HomeKit.

Compatibility of Tapo Smart Home Devices with Apple HomeKit

Sadly, not all Tapo smart home devices are Apple HomeKit compatible. So, if you have a non-HomeKit compatible Tapo device, Tapo HomeKit integration is an obvious choice for those who want to control their Tapo devices with the Apple Home app and Siri.

How to Add Tapo Devices to Apple HomeKit using Enomek Solution

Control your Tapo devices with Apple HomeKit using the Homebridge solution.

  • Install Homebridge.
  • Install Tapo Homebridge Plugin.
  • Update your Homebridge configuration file.

This Homebridge Tapo Plugin is for the TP-Link Tapo P100, P105, P110 Plugs, and L510E Lightbulbs.

  1. Install Homebridge.
  2. Install Tapo Homebridge Plugin.
  3. Update your Homebridge configuration file.

How to Add Your Tapo Devices to Apple HomeKit using HOOBS

Follow the step-by-step guide to use your Tapo Devices with Apple HomeKit:

  1. Connect HOOBS to your network.
  2. Set up a HOOBS account.
  3. Install the Tapo plugin.
  4. Connect Tapo to Apple Home.

This HOOBS plugin allows you to add TP-Link Tapo P100, P105, P110 Plugs, and L510E, L530E lightbulbs.

If you're interested in creating integration like ADT HomeKit, Blink HomeKit and Zigbee HomeKit, you can add your devices using the HOOBS solution.

How to Add HomeKit Compatible TP-Link Tapo Devices to Apple HomeKit

If you own Apple HomeKit-compatible Tapo devices, you can easily manage your Tapo devices with the Apple Home app and Siri voice control. Follow the step-by-step guide to add HomeKit-enabled Tapo devices to Apple HomeKit below.

  1. Scan the HomeKit QR with the Home App (Find it on the devices or its package).
  2. Group devices room by room.
  3. Schedule the light to turn on/off at set times with light switches.
  4. Change light color or temperature or customize more light effects.
  5. Get Scenes and automations.
  6. Set a “Leaving Home” scene to turn off the living room light and air conditioner.
  7. When your camera detects motion, it triggers the light in the living room.
  8. Now, your Tapo devices work with HomeKit.

It’s important to mention that many Tapo devices support HomeKit. So, you can easily control your Tapo devices using the Apple Home app and Siri voice control.

Tapo HomeKit Integration

You can create Tapo Apple HomeKit integration with the following devices.

  • Tapo HomeKit Camera
  • Tapo HomeKit Secure Video
  • Tapo HomeKit Video Doorbell
  • Tapo HomeKit Plug
  • Tapo HomeKit Bulb

TP-Link Tapo and Matter Compatibility

Now there are several TP-Link Tapo smart devices compatible with the Matter protocol. You can use the new Tapo Smart app to integrate all your Tapo Matter devices. Also, you can control your Matter-compatible Tapo devices with any Matter-compatible ecosystem, such as Apple HomeKit, Amazon Alexa, Google Hoe, and Samsung SmartThings.

Matter compatible Tapo devices

This Matter compatible plug is one of the first Matter devices from Tapo. When it comes to the smart home systems compatibility, it is compatible with most top ecosystems such as Google Home, Amazon Alexa, and SmartThings.


  • Auto-Off
  • Voice Control
  • Remote Control
  • Compact Design
  • Away Mode
  • Share to Family
  • Multiple Safety Guarantees
  • Integrate into any Matter Ecosystem

Matter compatible TP-Link Wi-Fi Outdoor Plug is compatible with Matter protocol. So, you can control your devices with Apple HomeKit, Google Home, and Amazon Alexa. You can control connected devices individually via your apps with 2 independent outlets. You can control multiple devices all at once for a customizable scene.


  • IP65 Weatherproof
  • 2 Independent Outlets
  • Dual Antennas
  • Matter-Certified
  • Voice Control
  • Remote Control
  • Schedule
  • Heavy-Duty Power
  • Tapo P400M V1

HomeKit Compatible Tapo Smart Devices

TP-Link Tapo Apple HomeKit Smart Plug

Tapo Mini Smart Wi-Fi Plug works with Apple HomeKit, Amazon Alexa, and Google Home. So, you can control anywhere. It comes with remote control, Schedule and Timer, Away Mode, and Multiple Safety Guarantees. Also, you can control your Tapo devices locally even when the internet is down.


  • Apple HomeKit Support
  • Compact and Flame-Retardant Design
  • App and Voice Control
  • Easy Set-Up
  • Advanced Scheduling and Timer

Tapo C125 V1

Tapo C125 V1 is one of the best AI Home Security Wi-Fi Cameras with a Physical Privacy Shutter. You can control this Tapo AI Home Security Camera through Apple HomeKit, Alexa, and Google Home. The Smart AI feature detects a person, pet, and abnormal sounds like baby crying and other sounds.


  • Physical Privacy Shutter
  • 2K QHD
  • Apple HomeKit compatible
  • Smart AI Detection and Notification
  • Easy Installation with Magnetic Base
  • Invisible Infrared Lights Option
  • Crisp Two-Way Audio
  • Customizable Sound Alarm

Frequently Asked Questions about Tapo HomeKit

Does Tapo support HomeKit?

Yes. Many Tapo devices are compatible with Apple HomeKit. So, you can control your Tapo devices with the Apple Home App and Siri voice control.

Does TP-Link work with HomeKit?

TP-Link has two types of devices, namely TP-Link Kasa and TP-Link Tapo. Some TP-Link devices work with HomeKit. Also, you can use Enomek solution to add your non-HomeKit compatible TP-Link devices to HomeKit.

Can I control Tapo with Siri?

You can use Siri voice assistant to control your Tapo devices. You just need to tap or ask Siri to control Tapo devices.

Does Tapo work with HomePod?

Yes. Apple HomeKit-compatible Tapo devices work with HomePod. Not only HomePod, but you can also connect it with other leading smart home products such as Amazon Echo, Google Home, and HomePod.