Geeni App For PC: Windows & MacOS (Free)

The Geeni app allows you to control your Geeni smart home devices from a single interface on your phone or tablet.

Geeni makes affordable smart home products like Wi-Fi cameras, video doorbells, smart bulbs, switches, plugs and more.

The Geeni app brings all these devices together so you can monitor your home and control lights, locks and other devices remotely.

In this article, we’ll walk through how to download and use the Geeni app on your Windows PC. With the app on your computer, you’ll have a bigger screen to view your Geeni cameras and doorbell feeds.

You’ll also find it easier to control multiple devices at once with a mouse and keyboard.

Downloading the Geeni App for PC

Since the Geeni app was built for mobile devices, there is no official PC version available for download.

But you can still run the Android app on a Windows computer using an emulator. An emulator mimics the Android operating system so you can install mobile apps on a PC.

Here are two of the best Android emulators for running the Geeni app on a Windows computer:

  1. BlueStacks
  2. NoxPlayer

Both emulators are free to download and simple to set up. We’ll cover BlueStacks in this tutorial but the process is very similar if using NoxPlayer instead.

Installing BlueStacks Android Emulator

Go to in any web browser on your computer. Click the Download BlueStacks button on the homepage. This will download the emulator installation file onto your PC.

Run the BlueStacks installer once the download completes. Accept the license agreement and leave all settings at their defaults.

The installer may take several minutes to fully set up BlueStacks on your Windows 10, 8 or 7 PC.

When installation finishes, the BlueStacks app player will open automatically. This is an Android-style interface where you can browse Google Play store apps, launch programs and manage settings.

Searching for the Geeni App

Now we’re ready to add the Geeni app inside BlueStacks.

Click the search button in the top-left corner of the BlueStacks window. This opens the search bar. Type in “Geeni” and hit enter to display results.

You should see the official Geeni – Smart Home Made Simple app appear in search results. Click this listing to visit the Geeni app page in BlueStacks.

On the app page, click the Install button to begin downloading and installing the Geeni app on BlueStacks. This only takes a few seconds.

Once install finishes, you’ll see an Open button instead of Install. Click Open to launch the Geeni app for the first time.

Logging into Your Geeni Account

When opening the app for the first time, you’ll need to log into your Geeni account or sign up for a new account if you don’t already have one.

  1. Tap Sign In on the bottom of the welcome screen.
  2. Enter your Geeni account email address and password if logging in. Or tap Create Account to set up a new Geeni account.
  3. Follow any additional prompts to finish logging into the Geeni app on your Windows PC.

The My Home screen displays once signed into your account. From here, you can start controlling smart home devices and viewing camera feeds.

Key Features of the PC Geeni App

Now that we’ve downloaded and installed the Geeni app on a Windows computer, let’s check out some of the top things you can do with the desktop program:

View and Record Camera Feeds

See live streams from any Geeni security cameras or video doorbells in crisp HD video on your large PC screen. BlueStacks supports 1080p feeds so footage appears sharper compared to on a phone. You can also record clips with audio or take snapshots right from the Geeni app.

Control Smart Lights and Switches

Toggle any smart bulbs, switches or plugs on or off remotely using the Geeni app. Click to turn lights on and off or tap switches to cut power to appliances. Schedule lights and devices to automatically turn on/off at certain times each day.

Adjust Thermostats and AC Units
Monitor room temperatures and tweak home heating/cooling with internet-connected Geeni thermostats. Change target temperate, modes or fan speeds. View energy usage reports to optimize HVAC runtimes.

Set Home/Away Modes

Use your phone’s location to have Geeni products auto-adjust when you leave or return home. Cameras can begin recording and lights activate to deter intruders.

Then devices will return to normal when your phone reconnects to home WiFi.

These are just a few examples of what the Geeni app lets you accomplish right from your desktop computer.

The wider display makes it simple to manage many devices at once. And a mouse and keyboard offer faster controls than tapping a phone screen.

Geeni App Tips and Tricks

Here are some extra pointers for getting the most out of the Geeni app for Windows PC:

  • Automatically sign into your Geeni account in BlueStacks by enabling the Save This Account option.
  • Resize the BlueStacks window larger or fullscreen for the biggest view of Geeni camera feeds.
  • Rearrange the My Home screen by long pressing on a device tile and dragging to customize order.
  • Create automations like a specific light turning on when a certain camera detects motion after hours using IFTTT.
  • Integrate Geeni products with Alexa, Google Assistant or Siri for handy voice control capabilities.
  • Share access to your Geeni account with family or roommates by sending invite emails or texts.

We hope this simple tutorial helps you get the Geeni smart home app installed on your Windows desktop, laptop or tablet.

Having camera streams and device controls at your fingertips makes overseeing your home easier.

Let us know if you have any other questions about running Geeni or similar Android apps on a PC.

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Manvendra Singh
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