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  • Not natively, no. I know it's a lot to take on. I did look into Apple's new language Swift (much easier than Objective C!) for interfacing with BLE, but couldn't figure out how difficult it would be.

    But I was actually thinking of using a Raspberry Pi as the bridge between my BLE sensors and the Internet. I could then much more easily write a web app to interface with my sensors, and it would work on all platforms. At least that's the idea.

    Edit: True about BLE manufacturers and projects not addressing the issue. I know of one crowdsourced BLE project that do though – Wimotos. They sell their own bridge device (with its own sensors) and also mention Raspberry Pi as an alternative – perfect for DIY-ers like me.


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