The iOS app adjusts Philips Hue.


   If you own a Philips Hue lighting system, Hue Sentiment will be an extremely interesting entertainment option when allowing you to adjust the light color according to the user’s mood.

Hue Sentiment for Philips Hue was created by founder Rihab Mehboob, who won Apple’s WWDC20 Swift student challenge.

The application has quite a few color options for users to choose depending on their mood. You can also toggle individual lights on and off to bring them on for every mood change.

Don’t know what’s your mood? Apps can help you with that.

Hue Sentiment for Philips Hue is now available on the App Store, as a one-time payment app for $1.99.

– Release date: March 15, 2021.
– Current version: 1.0 .
– File size: 1.15 MB.
– Developer: Rihab Mehboob.


– Option any color to show when you feel positive, negative or normal.
– Option to toggle individual lights to bring them on every mood change.
– Option to animate through all colors (if you’re not sure what mood you’re in).
– Small touches when interacting, improving the overall experience.
– VoiceOver support.
– 3D Touch.


With the following 4 simple steps, you will quickly have the Hue Sentiment for Philips Hue.apk application on your mobile phone.

Step 1: Download Hue Sentiment for Philips Hue.apk.

Step 2: Allow 3rd party apps on the device

Go to Menu > Settings > Security > and select Unknown Sources to allow the phone to install apps from sources other than the Google Play Store.

Step 3: Go to File Manager/Downloads folder to install the file

Locate the downloaded Hue Sentiment app for Philips Hue.apk. Click on them and it will start the normal installation process.

During the installation process, you will receive prompts. Please read them carefully and click “Yes” if you agree.

Step 4: Hue Sentiment for Philips Hue is now installed on your device.

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