Iriun 4K Webcam for PC and Mac

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13.2K reviews
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About this app

Use your Android phone's camera as a wireless webcam in PC or Mac. Install needed drivers and use your phone with Skype, Zoom etc video applications.

Installing drivers for the computer:
You can download needed webcam drivers for your PC or Mac from

Using webcam:
1. Launch Iriun Webcam app on your phone
2. Start Iriun Webcam Server on your PC
3. The phone is connected automatically to your PC using wireless WiFi network and the camera is ready to use.
4. Configure your desktop application to use Iriun Webcam as source for audio and video

- Works with screen off
- Connects with WiFi or USB.
- Supports resolutions up to 4K. (Max resolution depends on the phone model)
- Pinch zoom
- Mirroring
- No Ads

Pro version features:
- No watermark
- Manually adjust ISO, exposure and white balance
- Remotely control camera from the Desktop too
Updated on
Mar 9, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

12.9K reviews
Brendan R
July 1, 2024
I have the latest version on both Android and PC and both are on the same Wi-Fi network. It will not connect unless I use a USB wire, which defeats the intended purpose. I thought maybe it was related to using a VPN and phone link; it is not. Disabling them had 0 effect. You can't adjust brightness & contrast either, and the picture is a bit bright/washed out.
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Sofia Engvall
March 22, 2024
I tested different apps for streaming to my computer. My selection this time was Iriun. The day after I updated the oc program from 2.7.8 to 2.8.4. The next time I used it I had connection issues. Both between the phone and app and between the app and obs. Is the old version available somewhere so I can test them and compare? Thanks! <3
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A Google user
January 30, 2020
Many good qualities with one major flaw. A little tricky to set up the USB connection. Of the USB protocols only tethering and MIDI will make the windows and android side recognize a connection is made. Image quality is great with almost no latency. However windows does not recognize the device as being a camera, so it will not allow usage in Skype or video conferencing.
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