This should be very useful feature and am looking forward to it. I hope they don’t charge extra for it.
finally, and so far free!
it may be only in ios beta app right now to be sure its working before the roll out.
The Wyze App with this capability (2.24.23) has just been released. I’ve downloaded it and changed over the scheduling of my bulbs to use this feature. Will see how this works out. Now if Wyze can just keep their bulbs in stock I’d buy some more…
Edit: Looks like everything worked. Sunset was a 5 minutes early and sunrise a 3 minutes late based on a weather site for my area but close enough. Well done Wyze!
I just got the iOS app update today which has this feature.
I have ios app V2.24.34 and the sunset/sunrise feature is not in there. Am I missing something?
They said they will be rolling out the feature to users a little at a time. I don’t know how they can do that outside of including it in the release. Note that there seem to be some quirky behavior with the latest release that some others have reported. I for example had ALL my bulbs turn on tonight at the same time - even though some were not even running on a schedule.
Cool, thanks for the heads up!
If you are, I’m missing it, too. I have the latest app (.34).
Yep, no sunrise/sunset yet. Running iOS V 2.24.34
It actually is a limited release for testing. I currently have it on mine and am testing it.
Here are some of what you will see:
Hey friends! Thanks for all of your votes and suggestions on this highly-requested feature.
I’m happy to confirm that we’ve started rolling out sunrise/sunset rules to a small number of users with version 2.24.xx of the Wyze app. This allows us to ensure the feature is performing as expected for a short time before rolling it out to everyone.
As these new rules become available, please continue to share your thoughts with us here. Thanks everyone!
Wouldn’t it be Wyze to announce when a highly-requested feature is WIDELY available as opposed to what Wyze continues to do (Announces a feature is available, when it is not widely available yet)?