Web Bluetooth

The term "Web Bluetooth" refers to the ability to connect to Bluetooth devices from a web browser, without the need for any native app. This allows web applications to communicate with devices such as heart rate monitors, thermometers, and proximity sensors, without the need for any third-party software.

Web Bluetooth is a relatively new technology, and is not yet supported by all web browsers. However, it is already supported by major browsers such as Google Chrome and Opera, and is likely to become more widely supported in the future.

Can a Web page access Bluetooth?

In short, yes a web page can access Bluetooth, but there are some caveats. Firstly, the web page must have been loaded from a secure origin (HTTPS). Secondly, the user must grant the web page permission to access Bluetooth.

Assuming these two conditions are met, the web page can then use the Web Bluetooth API to scan for and connect to Bluetooth devices. This API is currently supported by Google Chrome, Opera, and Samsung Internet browsers.

It should be noted that the Web Bluetooth API is still in the early stages of development, and as such, it is subject to change.

How do I use Bluetooth browser?

If you want to use Bluetooth browser, you need to have a phone or other device that supports Bluetooth. Then, you need to find a website that supports Bluetooth browsing. Some examples of websites that support Bluetooth browsing include:


Once you have found a website that supports Bluetooth browsing, you need to open the website on your phone or other device. Then, you need to find the Bluetooth browser option on the website. Once you have found the Bluetooth browser option, you need to select it. After you have selected the Bluetooth browser option, you should be able to browse the website using Bluetooth.

Does iOS support web Bluetooth? Yes, iOS does support web Bluetooth. The Safari browser on iOS devices has been able to connect to and interact with web Bluetooth devices since iOS 11. This means that any web site or web app that uses the web Bluetooth API will be able to connect to and communicate with Bluetooth devices on iOS devices.

Which browsers support Bluetooth?

All browsers currently support Bluetooth to some extent. However, the support is still experimental and not all features are available in all browsers.

The latest versions of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Edge all support the Web Bluetooth API. This allows websites to communicate with devices over Bluetooth. Safari also has some support for the Web Bluetooth API, but it is limited to macOS Catalina and later.

Opera has announced that they are working on adding support for the Web Bluetooth API, but it is not yet available in their browser.

The Web Bluetooth API is not supported in Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge Legacy.

What is Bluetooth API?

The Bluetooth API is a set of programming interfaces that allow applications to connect to and communicate with Bluetooth enabled devices. The API can be used to enable Bluetooth functionality in an application, to discover and connect to Bluetooth devices, and to communicate with Bluetooth devices. The API is also used to manage Bluetooth device settings and to perform other Bluetooth related tasks.