- Add an unlimited number of cameras, no extra fees- Backup/restore, wireless data transfer- i Cloud-enabled, transfers changed app settings instantly to other i OS devices with the same i Cloud account!
- Thumbnail, map and text-based viewing modes- Variable # of thumbnails, view up to 24 onscreen at a time- JPEG, MJPEG, RTSP, MPEG4 and H264 (see our supported device list for compatibility)- Add cameras to custom groups for easy selection and viewing- Configure the app to launch with any private or public camera group- Can connect to desktop software like Blue Iris, webcam XP, Netcam Studio, Security Spy, Evo Cam, Zoneminder, Longwatch or even from your mobile devices using camera apps that can stream video - View your PC/Mac/Linux USB or laptop webcams using desktop software mentioned above and then view with this app Public webcams:- Includes a built in collection of 3000 public worldwide webcams, realtime video straight from the cameras, many are controllable.- Public cameras include beaches, resorts, landscapes, traffic, attractions, retail, ski hills, golf courses, airports, animals, restaurants, bars, schools and more.
For example, the last time I used the app was at home thus it was connected thru the home wifi. Everything was running great on the previous version with my foscam c1 cameras After the most recent update it keeps saying "device offline" if I view a particular camera in full screen and then close the app, when I re-open the app, only that camera shows "device offline" if I completely shut down the app and re-open, that camera will work again until I view it full screen then close the app again. I have this installed on a couple Ipads throughout my house in order to monitor my cameras.
After leaving the house, I turned off the wifi, closed the app. I notice on a first gen Ipad, the app crashes very frequently (more than twice an hour) where my later gen Ipads will sometimes stay up for a day or so, and then the app will crash.
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The company makes its MP3 players in a range of sizes and prices — down to the recently announced, brushed-aluminium X1, which is £89.Add them into your personal copy of the app by using the private camera interface and the JPEG, RTSP or MJPEG camera profiles.*Note: See a list of known supported devices.Contact our support email for compatibility questions on unlisted devices.Buy now Pono Player: 9, amazon The Pono, Neil Young’s high-resolution portable digital music player, was announced to much excitement earlier this year.It isn’t actually released yet (an update on when it will be is likely to come at CES 2015, in January), it’s awkwardly-shaped and only plays music bought from the Pono store.