50 smart home accessories that work with Amazon's Alexa and Apple's HomeKit

ecobee SmartThermostat on a wall in front of person walking down stairs
ecobee SmartThermostat on a wall in front of person walking down stairs (Image credit: ecobee)

The Internet of Things is continuously evolving and adding new products and categories, providing you with a ton of smart solutions and gadgets for your home. These days, digital assistants' two popular choices involve Amazon's Alexa and Apple's HomeKit with Siri, both of which offer convenient voice controls and automation potential. Here are 50 of the best smart Alexa and HomeKit accessories that work flawlessly together, no matter which phone or smart speaker you use.

Keep it flexible

As the smart home market grows, more and more companies are adding support for the most popular virtual assistants, but some accessories don't always play well between platforms. If you like to switch between Android and iOS, your smart home accessories need to be just as flexible to ensure that you can dim your lights or change the temperature remotely.

For smart lighting, we love the Lutron Caseta Wireless Smart Lighting Dimmer Switch Starter Kit (opens in new tab) as it not only works with Alexa and HomeKit, but it also works with the Google Assistant for even more flexibility. Lutron's Caseta lineup also happens to be one of the fastest responding, most reliable, smart home systems around, and this kit provides everything you need to get started.

Want to take things even further? Then check out the ecobee SmartThermostat (opens in new tab). This smart solution works with all of the major smart home platforms, and it even has Alexa built-in! It gives you another option within the home to control your accessories with your voice, plus it works with HomeKit's powerful automation to make your heating and cooling schedule completely automatic.

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.