It works. There are cameras all over the world, including Australia and Japan (disregard reviews that say otherwise). Interface is basic. Options to filter the cameras by location or type would be good. A description of the exact location would be good, rather than just the city. Preview images are incredibly slow to load. It needs to quickly load a representative image for each camera at startup, and replace those with the up-to-date previews as they slowly become available.
Doesn't contain major cities of India, Australia and Japan. Only a few CCTVs are available and that too private ones. Deceiving app!
If you just like to watch things like traffic, kids in school, or people working it's good for that. Haven't found any other use for it. It is however kinda relaxing.
Oh yes it's live. One of the camera shots was relatively close to me. It had a TV in the background showing the same thing as on my own TV. The national news.But some of the location names are well off. Like naming a part of North London for a location on the coast, somewhere.
It's a quirky app, it's just a bit of fun. Some cams of interest I guess. If you have an interest in UK recycling depots! Not sure if all the people in the cams realise they are internet participants? Also if all the location titles are correct as the seaside seems to appear in odd places.
Nice idea & doesn't crash on exit so often now. Does crash my phone sometimes though, not enough cameras and the ads are soooo intrusive. ...still it's free
1) German localization
2) User interface improvements
3) Bookmarks placed to the main menu
4) Fixed bugs which led to the app crashes
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