Best Design: Dihome 4-Button Universal Gate and Garage Door Remote
This remote is designed to work with most major brands and is simple to program by cloning up to 4 existing remotes. The four buttons don’t add more size, as this remote is smaller than a business card and can fit on your keychain or clipped to your visor.
If you’ve got a Genie garage door opener that isn’t older than 1997, then their 3-button remote control is a great upgrade. It includes a visor clip and rolling-code technology for added security. With the ability to control up to three Genie doors in one remote, you won’t have to juggle extra remotes. The buttons have a great feel and are easy to distinguish by feel.
The Clicker is compatible with more than 90 percent of garage door openers, including those by LiftMaster, Craftsman, Genie, and Chamberlain itself, of course. It has two buttons that can be programmed to open two different brands of openers. The 800-foot range allows the door to fully open by the time you’ve reached it. Also available in camo.
This mini garage door remote can fit in a purse, pocket, or on a keychain. It can control up to three different openers or gates and is compatible with all Liftmaster openers built since 1993. Rolling code technology makes this remote tougher to clone.
With the Chamberlain MyQ smart opener, you can open and close your garage door from anywhere with your smartphone. Set alerts on open and close and refer to your app for instant door status. This opener is compatible with most brands of garage door openers made after 1993 that have standard safety sensors. It can be linked to Google Assistant and IFTTT for a $1 monthly or $10 annual subscription fee.