Live 2 way webcam
To start streaming video, just point your camera device at the area you’d like to monitor (People Power suggests purchasing a flexible stand, but you could also Mac Gyver a makeshift stand if you must), and tap “Use me as a video camera” on the app’s main screen.
In streaming mode, you’ll be able to adjust various options, such as renaming the device, turning on motion detection, switching which of the i Phone’s two cameras to use, and toggle audio streaming, video streaming, and remote control on or off.
Audio streaming is clear and crisp, though it can have a lag of up to two seconds.
From the monitor device, you can start a two-way video/audio conversation with the video device.
However, it has a motion detection feature, which recognizes motion in front of the camera and sends a sound alert to your phone.
You can also opt to receive email motion alerts, and you can set the motion sensitivity to low, medium, or high.
i Cam Spy may not be the most full-featured app, but it has a great-looking, easy-to-use interface and produces high-quality video—probably because it only works over Wi-Fi.
When you connect to i Cam Spy to view your surveillance feed, the app asks if you want to view the feed in Wi-Fi or 3G/4G mode.
For example, you can set up a webcam to do your monitoring for you via Cloudcam.Wi-Fi will get you slick, smooth live streaming video, while 3G/4G gets you photo stills of the feed.You can tap a button to refresh the photo or to switch to live video, but the app warns you that 3G video is “experimental and does not work perfectly yet,” and that it should only be used in emergencies or for short-term viewing of “no more than 10 seconds.” In Wi-Fi mode, i Cam Spy’s video is very good – smooth and practically HD (depending on your surveillance cam), with just a little choppiness.Setting up your PC is even easier: Just login to the Recorder Web Tool at i Cam Allow the app to access your webcam and microphone, and it’ll start live streaming video and audio to your Android device.