It seems iPhone owners aren't the only ones who forget to turn off light switches now and then.
WeMo announced the launch of a new product that now gives Android smartphone owners the ability to turn off their lights when they're gone or just too relaxed to get up from a chair, like their iOS-using counterparts.
The Wi-Fi Light Switch (which is different than WeMo's product for iOS, called Switch) will let you Android-users control an entire bank of lights from the app.
It works a lot like the WeMo Switch, but you install it like you would any light switch. You don't have to be home or logged into the same Wi-Fi network to make it work. And you can put as many Light Switches as you'd like in your house and all of them will connect to the app.
You can use WeMo's existing app for iOS devices or the upcoming Android app. The Android 4.0 app will launch in open public beta in February, with a final release in the summer. The WeMo Light Switch is expected to be available summer 2013.
The WeMo Light Switch will retail for $49.99.