Home automation company SmartThings, which has just been snapped up by Samsung for a rumoured $200 million, has said on twitter that they are open to making a Windows Phone app.
When asked if they plan to developer a Windows Phone app in the near future, they said:
Our goal is to make SmartThings available to as many people as possible. Stay tuned!
SmarThings specialize in multi-protocol hardware which bridge the different standards used by multiple companies, and have a large developer ecosystem.
Hopefully being purchased by Windows Phone OEM Samsung will also help speed up support for Windows Phone.
Read more about the company on their website here.
Thanks Marco for the tip.