The Wyze Smart Home App Becomes Smarter, And Safer, With Emergency Services Button
Wyze, the smart home manufacturer, has recently partnered up with Noonlight. The latter has been working on getting the emergency services to feature on the mobile application. Users will be able to directly access 911 services from the app without having to leave the application.
The feature works simply by tapping an emergency button found within the mobile app.
Noonlight has been used previously by many other apps such as Tinder. With this new integration, Wyze users will be able to initiate emergency services in case anything abnormal is noted via security cameras connected with the device – with a single tap. This also helps the users to quickly act on things that are important such as motion alerts from the security cameras. Wyze has confirmed that triggering the emergency services button will automatically contact the local first responders or safety agencies.
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