Add-ons for Hass.io allow the user to extend the functionality around Home Assistant. This can be running an application that Home Assistant can integrate with (like an MQTT broker) or to share the configuration via Samba for easy editing from other computers. Add-ons can be configured via the Hass.io panel in Home Assistant.
Check the Hass.io forums for add-on repositories managed by the community.
Add-ons are only available if you've used the Hass.io installer. If you installed Home Assistant using any other method then you cannot use add-ons (but you can achieve the same result manually).
Automatically update your Duck DNS IP address with integrated HTTPS support via Let's Encrypt.
Enhance your Hass.io installation with Google Assistant.
Browser-based configuration file editor for Home Assistant.
Mosquitto MQTT broker
Fast and reliable MQTT broker.
Allow logging in remotely to Hass.io using SSH.
Manage your Home Assistant and custom add-ons over Samba.
Activate the BCM43xx Bluetooth chipset on a Raspberry Pi 3.
Scan HDMI CEC devices.
Check Home Assistant configuration
Check your current Home Assistant configuration against a new version.
A simple DHCP server.
A simple DNS server.
Load and update configuration files for Home Assistant from a GIT repository.
HomeMatic hardware support to turn you Home-Assistant into a CCU.
Automatically manage your SSL certificate using Let's Encrypt.
MariaDB Server is one of the most popular database servers in the world.
NGINX SSL proxy
NGINX Home Assistant SSL proxy.
Simple way for remote windows shutdowns.
Enhance your Hass.io installation with a local voice assistant.
Telldus TellStick service enabler and tools.