First of all this app is not free. It's cool for what it's worth but it's way too sensitive. I've only been at work for a 30 min and I have gotten 7 notices that the alarm has gone off because it is sensing movement of some sort. And also the motion detector notification doesn't make a sound on my phone. That's irritating.
Junk. If you are standing right there and set it up in the room, and nothing at all is moving ... anywhere in its field of vision for a full 30 seconds, it works great. It send you motion alerts, email you pictures, and so on...EXEPT once the tablet was fully charged it said "power supply disconnected" or something to that effect and that would effectively stop it from working, and it would have to be manually reset until the battery recharged again or if you unplugged it from a power source but of course now you have a time limit of the battery life of the device. To make matters worse, when I left the house to try to connect it with remote control, forget that. it would time out it would not activate, and it would say that there was a problem. If you could get a solid connection and attempt to activate it, and there was so much as a ceiling fan going when you attempt to activate it, will refuse to arm saying there was motion detected and would not start. (And worse that message does not show up on the remote control it was on the device I had to be in the same room to figure out what that problem was, which defeats the use of remote control in the first place. Sometimes the remote would not work at all. It would have been most helpful to at least have any more specific error on the remote end so I could at least troubleshoot what may be wrong in case it was something I was responsible for like the Wi-Fi connection Etc. I was completely unsuccessful either in the same room or remotely getting the remote to get the camera to do anything, besides throw up fail to arm or fail to communicate errors. Just for a note this is not junk equipment in.. I am using it was a Galaxy Tab S2 as the monitoring device remotely controlled by my Galaxy S8 Plus. I bought the subscription figuring it was my fault and was going to give it due time to test experiment and do whatever it took to make it work, as it showed great promise. However, I could not even get it to work intermittently by remote, and it was not reliable when setting it up manually (cutting off with power supply changes and so on. As such I cancelled my subscription during the 7-Day paid trial hopefully I will get a refund either way it's only $11 and a learning experience I strongly do not recommend and will continue to search for something similar that actually works consistently
So simple to set up & use anywhere. The pic quality is 👍
I am very impressed
The remote app appears to be strictly for viewing. It would be nice to actually control some functionality of the camera device such as which camera to use ie.. front/back, zoom, specify areas for movement and abolity to delete captured content. Works very quickly in same network, will continue to test from another site. I like the entire concept of utilizing the capabilities of other devices you already own instead of buying a new system.
Remote pics would not download. Had to turn off remotely and turn back on. And I bought the subscription. And any pics are in your browser history.
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