Discover the top Apple HomeKit-compatible air purifiers available on the market and improve your home’s air quality.
A good air purifier is a must-have to counter the increasing pollution we live in. These gadgets can help combat dust, allergens, mold, and even viruses to provide cleaner, healthier air in your home and office.
Moreover, the best HomeKit air purifiers are convenient to control with Siri and the Home App on your iPhone. You can also set up automation routines to suit your lifestyle.
Best air purifiers with Apple HomeKit support
When looking for a smart air purifier, it’s important to consider factors such as room size covered, air flow rate, filter types, noise level, and additional features offered such as air quality sensors. We cover all these areas in our roundup.
Editor’s choice: Airversa AP2
We love this HomeKit-enabled smart air purifier from Airversa because it offers the best features at a reasonable price point. It’s the only option that supports the latest wireless networking technology — Thread. This ensures hassle-free Home app setup and super-fast response times using your iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch, as well as Siri voice commands on your HomePod or HomePod mini.
It’s equipped with a HEPA filter and an activated carbon filter that promise to remove up to 99.97% of airborne contaminants such as dust, pollen, smoke, and pet dander. The large digital display alerts you when the filters need changing. Typically, the filters last for up to 3000 hours before they need replacement.
It’s optimized for rooms up to 250 square feet, which it can purify in 15 minutes. It takes 30 minutes for larger spaces of up to 500 square feet, and 60 minutes for 1000 square feet.
Further, you can choose between five speeds, including Auto and Sleep modes. On Auto mode, the air quality sensor automatically adjusts the speed as needed.
The sleep mode is the quietest at just 23 dB, but even the fastest speed goes to a maximum of 53 dB to keep noise at a minimum.
Budget option: Meross
If you’re looking for the cheapest air purifier with Apple HomeKit support, Meross is a great option. It offers three-stage HEPA filtration, which captures particulates down to 0.3 microns, ensuring that your home’s air stays fresh and healthy. The filters typically need to be replaced every three-six months and the Meross app will notify you when the filter life cycle fslls to 20%,10%, and exhausted.
However, this purifier lacks sensors for air quality monitoring which is available in more expensive options. Nonetheless, it’s ideal for small spaces of up to 200 square feet. Three speeds and ultra-quiet operation add to the appeal.
Easy to use: Sensibo Pure
We found this sleek air purifier from Sensibo to be the most user-friendly of them all. It features smart sensors that continuously scan the indoor and outdoor environment for particles and people, allowing it to run on turbo speed as needed when the room is empty. This ensures that you always return to a cleaner, healthier room.
It uses a triple-filtration system including a pre-filter, HEPA filter, and carbon filter. The filters need to be replaced every few months.
This purifier operates silently and has a range of between 173 square feet to 294 square feet. So, it’s best suited for small to medium-sized rooms. The sensors make the system turns on and off automatically to save energy. Of course, you can also manually adjust the fan speed as needed.
Handy portable design: smartmi
We love the compact design of this air purifier! It’s got a handle on top that makes it super portable so you can easily take it from room to room. It monitors and purifies the air using dual-laser PM2.5 and PM10 particulate sensors along with a HEPA filter. The filter needs to be replaced once a year.
It can clean rooms up to 180 square feet in as little as ten minutes, removing up to 99.97% of airborne pollutants, including allergens, bacteria, and viruses. Further, it keeps noise levels to a minimum at just 19 db at the lowest speed setting and 49db at the maximum operating speed.
Lastly, it’s available in two color options to suit your style!
The Aura air purifier is pretty expensive but it’s a worthy investment for larger rooms. It stands out with its wall-mounted design that makes it look discreet and out of the way.
It also boasts a more sophisticated four-stage purification system with UV LED and the patented Sterionizer technology. It’s been clinically certified to remove up to 99.9% of viruses and microbes from the air. The unit gets slightly noisy when there’s a lot of pollution in the air but quietens down once the purification has been done.
The great thing is that the filter is washable so you can save costs on frequent replacement. Moreover, it monitors both indoor and outdoor air quality in real time using its seven sensors and the BreezoMeter service.