Smartvue's application lets iPhone users access IP-based cameras remotely.
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NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Smartvue today announced that Smartvue(R) for iPhone is now available on the Apple App Store. The app also adds video surveillance capabilities to any second-generation iPod touch.
"Smartvue for iPhone enables cost effective video surveillance using almost any network camera," said Martin Renkis, Smartvue's founder & CEO. "Smartvue for iPhone is a smart, simple, and elegant video surveillance solution for iPhone and offers a natural extension to the award winning line of Smartvue wireless cameras and network video recorders."
The application delivers network video surveillance capabilities including:
* Supports an unlimited number of IP cameras
* Zoom, pan, and tilt with iPhone "pinch" and "squeeze"
* Free access to network video cameras worldwide (based on mobile package)
* Works with 3G, Wi-Fi, GPRS or EDGE
Smartvue for iPhone requires a JPEG enabled IP camera and supports most common cameras on the market today. Smartvue for iPhone's point and click interface makes it simple to add network video cameras and edit camera profiles. Patent-pending 1-Click Surveillance(TM) offers an elegant interface for one click access to almost any IP camera.
The app uses Wi-Fi, 3G, GPRS or EDGE (whichever is available) to access IP cameras. Smartvue recommends an unlimited data usage plan for using Smartvue over a mobile data connection to avoid being charged by a wireless service provider for 3G, GPRS and EDGE mobile data usage.
The Smartvue application for the iPhone or iPod touch is available for $0.99 from Apple's App Store on both devices, or at www.itunes.com/appstore/.
Since 1998 Smartvue Corporation has been a leader in wireless network video, making advanced visual technologies smart, simple and elegant. The company provides network video solutions to some of the largest corporations and leading organizations worldwide. Smartvue has more than 23 patents in the area of wireless network video. Learn more at www.smartvue.com.