Roku App

maybe-later

#1

Bringing Wyze to Roku as an app that shows your cameras would make this camera even better.
Perhaps only allow the view option and nothing more to start I think would be an excellent addittion to Wyze, Please consider it,


Feature Request - Roku App???
#2

@oppman29, I have added your post to the Roadmap. Don’t forget to vote for it at the top-left of the thread.

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#3

I’d like to see a way to pull up my camera feeds on my TVs around the house. I know that Alexa, Google Home and IFTTT integration are in the pipeline, so maybe those will lead to something… But the simplest solution from the user-side would seem to be a roku app that I can quickly open and check camera feeds.


#4

Hi Shawn! As much as we’d really like to, I don’t think we’re at the point where we have the capacity to build and support a Roku app right now. Hopefully one day we can!


#5

Is there a possibility you could research how one might display Wyze cam on a roku device and post the details?


#6

One way around this is open source your interface for viewing the videos. Then vendors, third parties, freelancers, and hobbyists can develop the applications on their platforms. I don’t really like viewing my recordings on my phone and copying the video to say my Google Drive is cumbersome and time consuming.

 


#7

Some of us have both Roku and Alexa, and bringing it Wyze to Roku would sure increase sells!


#8

You can run TinyCam as a webserver with your wyze cams included and then use any standard IP cam software that the Roku supports to view the feeds.


#9

I voted for a native Roku and Apple TV app. But in the interim, using the iOS’s built-in Screen Mirroring from my iPhone or iPad to my Apple TV displays my Wyze cams on my 70 inch HDTV. It’s a workaround if you already have these devices, but it’s still pretty awesome in the interim.


#10

Thanks. But both of. Those work around require to have a dedicated phone or. Computer to stream from it… I usually don’t have my phone near the TV to avoid calls text and other interuptions… Hopefully the developers work on jt