Phone widget request for Android

A phone widget that allows you to scroll thru cams, on/off radio button, and mini live video screen would be awesome.

I use Android 8.0 OS

Hello @amhatfield11, I have edited the title for more clarification and also added an “/” between on and off.


There are plenty of new camera grouping threads out there, but I could not find anything that speaks to having the ability to add a widget or a shortcut (I’m on android) to the home screen that would allow you to open up the wyze app directly into a mult-cam view of your group.

Furthermore, I’d love to be able to take this shortcut somehow and utilize it directly in actiontiles (or any other dashboard app). I’ve already gone down the road of trying to integrate and pull in camera feeds to actiontiles with tinycam. But anything past 3 or 4 cams on a tinycam server crashes my cameras and feeds drop.

I think an Android Widget(s) with the following features would be very useful:

1x1 Widget showing a simple Open/Closed state of a Sense sensor and length of current state.

1x1 Widget showing a simple Motion/Clear state of a Sensor motion sensor and length of current state.

I had this exact idea as I left my home today. I want a widget that will show sensor states. Even a simple color coded circle one color for each state. Maybe customizable to a few different grid sizes that can allow for, 1x1, 1x4 or 2x8 grids for that many sensors. I like the motion/clear state of the motion sensor.

I am not sure if I am on board with a video widget, but may see the need later.

How about a widget for the Android app, so we can quickly see the status of the contact sensors w/o having to open the app?

Wyze should look into making a Wyze widget for Android so this way instead of having to go into the app the user can just place the widget on the homescreen and live stream their security cameras right from the homescreen. I think this will benefit a lot of Android users especially me, plus it’s more convenient too.

Would like to see widgets available on Android for shortcuts, opening app directly to a live feed, etc.