September 23, 2014 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Rochester, New York - DComplex, LLC today is thrilled to announce the release and immediate availability of IP Camera Cloud. IP Camera Cloud lets users to keep an eye on their home and business. Monitor one IP Camera or dozens installed at different sites, seamlessly.
The companion free iPhone/iPad and Mac apps allow users to instantly respond to motion events, remotely watch live video, search and playback recorded video effortlessly.
Setting up a video surveillance system at home or an office has never been easier. IP Camera Cloud is an advanced yet easy to use video surveillance solution designed to use the best features of Apple products. Encrypted remote connectivity allows users to record video from IP Cameras on one computer and remotely review it using slick apps from iPhone or a remote computer. No longer users need to setup port forwarding or manually open ports to allow remote access. The remote apps connect to the video recording Mac automatically, using our Internet servers.
"Extremely easy to use" and "no other Mac program in camera management comes close".
With affordable Day/Night IP Cameras from manufacturers such as Axis, D-Link, EasyN, Foscam and many more (see Supported Cameras), Mac users can now quickly setup a home surveillance system.
* Mac computer with Mac OS X 10.9
* Supported IP Cameras. See the link for the details
Pricing and Availability:
IP Camera Cloud software for Mac comes with free 7-day trial. Pricing depends on number of cameras. It is monthly subscription pricing with no upfront costs. Price for each camera is $3 per month. Optional 30-days video storage in our Cloud servers is additional $7 per camera per month. The companion iPhone/iPad app is free. This Fall: Your readers can use IP Camera Cloud for 10 cameras free till the end of October by using the promotion link below.
Located in Rochester, New York, DComplex, LLC is a software development company with focus on modern video surveillance software for Mac and iOS products. Copyright (C) 2010-2014 DComplex, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.