Best HomeKit ceiling fans for the Home app in 2023

If you've ever been in a room on a muggy day with no ceiling fan, then you know how important the best HomeKit ceiling fans are. These will connect to the Apple Home App, letting you control them with Siri or your phone. HomeKit connection also allows for powerful Automation, so you can set a fan to turn on when your connected best HomeKit temperature sensor sees that it's gotten hotter. There are loads of fans to choose from, but we've selected some of the best below to make your search a little shorter.

Ask Siri to cool you down with one of the best HomeKit ceiling fans

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Keep your cool with the best HomeKit ceiling fans

The best HomeKit ceiling fans are a magical way to get the air in your home moving with the convenience of Home app controls on your iOS device or with your voice through Siri. HomeKit fans also support limitless automation potential so that you can tie them into your home's air conditioner or even your smart HomeKit light bulbs. If temperature regulation is a big part of your smart home plans, you should be considering one of the best HomeKit thermostats as well as a ceiling fan, too.

We love the Hunter Symphony ceiling fan for its clean design and ability to keep the air circulating in the largest spaces. If you want modern smart home functionality, but want to keep things simple, then the Hunter Ananova is for you. This fan has the standard clear glass lights and five-blade design, but it also packs in all HomeKit goodies and a handheld remote.

If you have a lower ceiling or otherwise need a fan with a lower profile, we recommend the Hunter Advocate. It's simple and modern-looking with multiple color options and six speeds to get the air circulating at your preferred speed. 

Christopher Close

Christopher spends most of his time writing and dreaming about all things HomeKit and the Home app. Whether it is installing smart light switches, testing the latest door locks, or automating his households daily routines, Christopher has done it all.

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