Well, when Wyze makes refrigerators, TVs, door locks, smoke alarms, and everything else I can control with SmartThings, then I could buy into a single manufacturer solution. I don’t like having 6 different accounts and apps on my phone to control my smart devices. But I’m stuck with it due to compatibility.
But, I assume they aren’t planning on manufacturing those things. So, to remain viable in the market, they must have compatibility with what the majority of their current and potential users are implementing. For me that is SmartThings, especially since it it almost impossible to purchase Wink hubs anymore. At least 759 other people agree.
Sad thing is that the majority of potential new customers look at the Wyze compatibility list, don’t see a compatibility, and you never know they even looked. Lost sales? Yes. Absolutely. I was one of them for over 6 months. 10 cameras may not be a lot, but here I am talking about it. Where else is my word of mouth reaching?
This thread is one way to capture interest. So, Indy, how would that additional compatibility hurt your interests or product implementations? If it won’t, then redact and help us out with a positive vote. If it would somehow affect how you are using Wyze, please explain so we can understand.