I only use the Wyze app to adjust brightness or bulb color if they are not set the way I want at the moment. I have them grouped so I usually perform the operation on the group. Occasionally I turn off a single bulb in a group when I am doing something out of the ordinary.
My Wyze bulbs are only part of my setup. I have a Schlage z-wave lock and a z-wave bulb and some zigbee bulbs on the way. I will adding other items over the next couple months but they will likely not be Wyze for the simple reason that there is no integration with Smartthings (ST) and it does not appear to be on the horizon. So I am using ST and webCoRE to control most things other than a couple simple Automations in ST.
Also, the single most useful feature of a bulb is being able to turn them on at sunset/sunrise (with a plus/minus about or a random variable amount of time) and Wyze does not have that. So for people who have a very simple setup and only Wyze devices, the sunset/sunrise are critical. For anything else, most people will be using a ST or other hub which gives them better control.
I have said this in other comments. Wyze make good quality, cheap hardware. Provide the basics for simple setups and focus your “control” efforts on integrating with Smartthings and other hubs.