Is there any way or any plans to allow Roku cameras to be viewed via web browser? It would be useful when at work, to use a browser and keep a browser window off to one side, instead of having to pull up an app all the time.
I think Roku could open that feature if enough user will request. Wyze just started offering the functionality after 1 years of closed beta
I think I made a mistake, I should have gone with Nest cameras instead of Roku. Why can't we be able to stream this through a web browser or even Blue Stacks? Defeats the purpose of buying these if it's just phone app based.
Is there somewhere we can request this feature? Like others have stated, this would be beneficial at work, or while in my home office. Thanks.
There's a place for feature suggestions. I assume it applies to the smart home devices and not just Roku streaming devices.
I bought Roku cameras, never imagining that a WiFi camera would not be accessible via a web browser, so I never though to check if that was a feature! Like others, I'll put the Roku cameras on the shelf, and buy a different manufacturer's cameras and make sure they support web browser support. Roku makes a great streaming device, but looks like cameras, not so much. Thumbs down.
I agree, but my guess is that since they OEM these from Wyze, I believe, the agreement is not to have anything other than RokuTVs or apps support it. 😞