Bring the Wyze iOS app to macOS (Catalina, Catalyst)

Wyze App for MacBook

How about making a Wzye App that works with the MacBook? It kind of works but frequently hangs up. Why was it only made for the iPhone and iPad?

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I have a mix of WYZE and HomeKit, it would be great if they worked on Homekit.
A first step would be to link a WYZE Outlet to a Homekit sensor, so the WYZE Camera trigger could operate other HomeKit outlets / switches.

Hoobs Device through Amazon or Raspberry Pi and HomeBridge.

That’s your answer, Google it.

Wishing for a Wyze APP for Mac OS laptops and desktops (that already have Blue-Tooth installed) Etc.

Last year 2022, I purchased a new MacBookPro 16 inch laptop to replace my 2009 15 inch MacBook Pro laptop. I have been through the user guide (leaflet) for the Noise-cancelling-headphones. I have a number of questions as I recently bought the headphones for use on my existing I-Phone 8 Plus, which does not have a headphone jack and the USB C does not work with either my I-phone or my MacBookPro laptop. I do not own a I-Pod, nor do I wish to invest in more equipment.

  1. I would like to propose that Wyze establish a relationship with apple.com to develop a Wyze App for Mac OS computers (laptop & desktops).

  2. I would like to propose that Wyze.com obtain permission from Apple.com to be able to include the Noise-cancelling-headphones as OS computers have Blue-tooth capability and for a “young” Senior Citizen (1958 Boomer), I find that while I love my I-Phone, I find the keyboard on the phone too cramped for joints that are becoming arthritic, and even with reading glasses and adjust the font still is difficult to focus clearly. I don’t wish to destroy more forests by printing everything out, when I have a perfectly fantastic OS Computer. Please consider widening your market to reach users who are now grandparents.

  3. Your Helpdesk is very competent, but you don’t have adequate options for existing headsets and future ones to include a better system for charging the headset. The two cords for USB C and non-blue tooth earphones or earbuds are not compatible with the 2021 MacBook Pro laptop. I can (though I was told is not recommended) to plug the USB cord into my I-Phone jack to charge the headphones through a surge protector that is plugged into the wall socket. Moreover, I am able to use an adaptor cord for the USB C to the second USB cord socket diameter on the laptop, which is equivalent to input USB socket for the headset.

  4. Consequently, while it is possible to charge my headphones using the laptop, I am concerned that the battery in the headset only took less than 10 minutes to fully charge; and yet, the guidebook leaflet says it charging can take up to 2 hours. Before I charged the Wyze headset, please be aware that the indicator light was Red. In the final analysis, the one pitfall is that when syncing my Headphones with the laptop, I am not able to register the Wyze Headphone and make use of the Blue-tooth on my OS laptop. I think there are other people who like to listen to music on the laptop without disturbing others, and that was one consideration when I decided to buy the Blue-Tooth capable Wyze noise-cancelling-headphones. Seriously, please consider upgrading existing headsets and newly developed ones so that they can be utilized with OS products; and perhaps PC’s as well; NOT just IOS equipment.

Thank you.

I have been waiting for Wyze to work with Apple for quite a while, asking the they create an app for the Mac OS machines, be they laptops or the iMac desktops. Why they have not already created such app is a mystery and frustrating. After all, they have had an app for the iOS, i.e. iPhone and iPad since the day when Waze first came on the market.

C’mon Wyze, get to it. You could significantly increase sales of your Wyze products if you do.

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I completely concur with your idea. I had written something similar. It makes zero sense not to have an app for IOS and Mac OS machines. I have a perfectly good I-Message app on my laptop, and I cannot connect to either the IM or to make it compatible with Mac OS for FaceTime. I don’t particularly like to communicate over the i-phone. I am able to charge the Wyze earphones on my laptop, but they don’t recommend doing that. The whole reason for buying the headphones is so I can conduct conference calls using my Mac Laptop and not disturb others. Thank you.