iRobot HOME

iRobot HOME

By iRobot Corporation

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2015-09-19
  • Current Version: 3.2.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 258.38 MB
  • Developer: iRobot Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 28,660 Ratings


The iRobot HOME App gives you more control than ever before for cleaner floors, every day, all at the push of a button. New! Roomba® i Series robots even allow you to clean or schedule by room with Imprint™ Smart Mapping. The iRobot HOME is compatible with all Wi-Fi® connected Roomba® robot vacuums and Bluetooth connected Braava jet™ 240. IMPRINT™ SMART MAPPING* • New Roomba® i Series robot knows your kitchen from your living room, and creates a Smart Map for you to view in the app • Smart Mapping enables you to clean or schedule to clean specific rooms or your whole home • Knows upstairs from downstairs--The robot can store multiple floorplans and always knows which map to use * Available with Roomba® i Series robots CLEAN MAP™ REPORTS* • Zoom and pan Clean Map™ reports in the History button to view cleaning coverage • View statistics about coverage, cleaning time, and charging time *Available with Roomba® 900 and i Series robots CLEAN FROM ANYWHERE • Start or pause cleaning cycles • Conveniently schedule for any day of the week • Customize your cleaning preferences* • Monitor activity of your robot • Turn on Push Notifications to receive real-time notifications *Available with Roomba® 900, i Series, and Braava® jet™ 240 robots CUSTOMIZED CLEANING PREFERENCES • With Roomba® 980, select from three cleaning power settings: Automatic, Performance Mode, or Eco-Mode • With Roomba® 900 and i Series robots, select from three types of cleaning passes: Automatic, One Cleaning Pass, or Two Cleaning Passes • With Braava® mops, start a SPOT Clean for a focused cleaning on a dirty area or reduce the amount of water used in wet and damp modes VOICE CONTROL • Just speak up! Connected Roomba® robots are compatible with select voice assistants! *Voice Assistant functionality available in select languages and markets EASY TROUBLESHOOTING • Access detailed help content and contact Customer Care AUTOMATIC SOFTWARE UPDATES • Keep your robot up-to-date with new features Requirements • Wi-Fi® connected Roomba® 900, 600, 800 and e Series vacuuming robot models only support Wi-Fi® networks with 2.4GHz band • Roomba® i Series robots support both Wi-Fi® networks with 2.4GHz and 5GHz band • Braava jet™ 240 mopping robot uses Bluetooth Low Energy (also known as BLE or Bluetooth Smart) built in to most common mobile devices Need help? Visit for answers to common questions or to contact our Customer Care team.




  • This is a really dumb and waste time WiFi app ever!

    By Loyalty Slaver for iRobot
    I got exact same experienced with the upstairs fellow did!!
  • Love the app, and love my Roomba!

    By Carmelemmm
    I absolutely love my Roomba, And the app works great! I love getting the notifications even when I’m away from the house, after setting my schedule It just vacuums every day!
  • Love i7+ but.......

    By ItsDlite
    Okay the i7+ works great and love it but.... I have two iRobots and Alexa gets confused which one I want to do what. Although they have English word names and sound nothing alike I can not get Alexa to start my robots since owning two iRobot products. So I’m stuck with schedules and manually using the app Please fix!!!
  • Poor Privacy Policy

    By J L K Moore
    This app’s privacy policy includes the statement, “We may share a common account identifier (such as an email address or user ID) or hashed data with our third party advertising partners to help identify you across devices.” I am very disappointed that iRobot is sharing information to enable the tracking of their customers across the internet. There is no information on how to opt out of this sharing. If I could, I would not give iRobot permission to give out my email indiscriminately. I believe this goes far beyond what is reasonable for iRobot’s business purposes.
  • The only thing lacking is Siri support

    By RoombaLover
    When Siri can turn control Daisy, my robot roomba named after a maid in downton abbey, she will be the perfect cleaner. How about it?
  • Don’t install new update

    By rhurf
    New update broke the ability for my roomba to see my WiFi - went through all steps of redoing it and still won’t work anymore
  • Very unimpressed

    By stalegamertag
    Okay. So I got a new roomba 800 yesterday because I’m lazy and I hate vacuuming. And the box said that it could connect to an app on WiFi? So I’m like “yes. The epitome of laziness. I don’t have to bend down to press the clean button. I just have to click a button on my phone” so I downloaded the app. And started it up. It’s like “okay. Find a place for roomba with a strong WiFi connection and a clean area” so I did just that. Then it asked me to name my roomba. I named it stabby. And then it asked me to press the home and the button with a plus sign with a circle on it at the same time for two seconds and I’ll hear a noise. I pressed the buttons. No noise but it did turn on so I continued forward. It told me to look for a roomba/iRobot thing in the WiFi settings on my phone. So I did. But nothing showed up. So I tried pressing the buttons again for two seconds. Nothing. I tried for ten minutes. Still nothing. I moved right next to the router. And tried for another 20. Nothing. So I said “you know what. It’s midnight. I’m tired. Let’s do this in the morning.” So I did. When I pulled up the app, it told me that the app was down and to try again later. I did. And I didn’t get any farther than I did yesterday. So I put my roomba on a test run. Lil stabby works like a charm. This app is a dud. Save yourself a few wasted hours and don’t download it.
  • Unable to connect 380 model

    By sindysally
    Unable to connect 380 model。
  • app now insta crashes

    By anonymous cowardz
    iphone x- just got the latest update, now the app crashes to home screen is soon as you start it. awkward.
  • Works fine for 690, but needs improvement

    By Richie510
    Supporting google and Alexa is great, but why not Siri? Opening the app and telling it to start is cumbersome. For now I use ifttt and extend it out to a button on the ifttt widget.