Wyze Car 4+

Wyze Labs

Designed for iPad

    • 2.0 • 80 Ratings
    • Free



[Control Wyze Car from the safety of your HQ]
We’ve enlisted our top engineers to discreetly hide Wyze Car’s remote directly in a classified app on your phone. With the app, you’ll be able to live-stream your mission straight to your phone and drive Wyze Car at a safe distance away from the action. I think it goes without saying, but we absolutely cannot have another blown cover like last year when a joystick fell out of Jimmy from Wyze’s pocket during cocktail hour.
And remember, never forget the 3 R’s taught in spy bootcamp: Record. Retrieve. Recover.
Record, capture, and save video of your mission for debriefing.
Retrieve critical information about your targets by getting up close and personal.
Recover the apparatus by navigating it home remotely with the app.
[Get out of dodge when things get sticky]
We can’t have our highly classified apparatus captured by the target. When in danger, or when you’ve successfully completed your mission, bolt back to base. Eco-mode lets you conserve battery usage as you approach your target while
Sports mode kicks it into high gear so you make it back to HQ quickly.
[Light up night missions with LED headlights]
Parts of your mission will require clandestine operations at night. To safely navigate the dark and capture clear video, quickly activate and deactivate your headlights from the app. But do it quickly! You need to remain undetected.
[2-hours of nonstop action]
Don’t worry about getting caught with low fuel during your escape. We’ve packed Wyze Car with a 10,000mAh power bank that will keep you running during the whole mission.
[All-wheel drive takes you from hardwoods to backwoods]
Your targets rarely operate out in the open - traversing all types of terrain is a requirement. Massive off-road tires climb over rocks, carpets, branches, and more with ease. Shock-absorbing suspension withstands vertical impact after flying through the air. And a high-density, all-plastic roll cage protects against nasty spills.

What’s New

Version 1.1.68

- Fixed a crash issue that happened when submitting logs for feedback

Ratings and Reviews

2.0 out of 5
80 Ratings

80 Ratings

shsh111 ,


The camera’s setup button gets bumped too easily and then it HAS to go through all the setup again before you can reconnect.

Even outside of that problem it’s hard to keep a stable wifi connection and it gets stuck often and you have to manually reconnect.

gregsa98 ,

Colossal Fail

The fact that first customer ship date was April 1st is telling. Like so many others have reviewed here, this is a complete total waste of time and money. When you finally get it going sort of, you’ll find the control flaky, laggy and annoying unresponsive. Steering is hard left or hard right, no digital proportional. And when it’s left or right, the steering servo is constantly chattering hard left or right sucking as much power as it can trying to turn even harder. This means there’s not enough power left to move forward or backwards. A major design failure. If you start moving first and then try steering, it almost sorta kinda works, but a real poor experience. Then, try out the travel mode to see if it’s any better? No, don’t. Once you do, try as you might repeatedly, it won’t connect. And, it won’t let you just reconnect back in normal mode. Follow the directions, delete the camera, even delete the whole app and reinstall, it’s forever now stuck in trying to connect in travel mode which doesn’t work, so now it’s a totally bricked useless pile of crap. With this, a died pan cam, three of my other six cameras with such crappy audio quality as to be useless, finding my newest Pan Cam v3 isn’t eligible for video clips on my plan, I think I’m done with Wyze.

jpa468 ,

Mostly works. Lots of fun.

Adding the camera and driving around is easy.
Switching fw between car and camera mode wotks fine.
Travel mode setup is touch and go. And yo try 3 times. First time to setup the wifi to the cam. Then had to delete the camera and set it up again. Then switching to travel mode worked after turning it on in the app, followed by exiting the app then retruning to it and connecting to the camera.

App Privacy

The developer, Wyze Labs, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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