Camcloud Enhances Mobile Experience with the Release of All-New Android App
Users can use Camcloud video monitoring to watch their property, pets and loved ones from their favorite Android device.
By: Camcloud Inc.
OTTAWA, Ontario - April 10, 2013 - PRLog -- Camcloud™, an innovative provider of cloud video monitoring services for homes and small businesses, today announced that it has released its Android™ app and is available for immediate download on Google Play™.
“We’ve taken our mobile experience to the next level with the release of Camcloud for Android,“ said Brendan Harrison, Camcloud co-founder and CEO. “Our Android usage has been growing more than 70% each month, and this release will give our Android users the first-class experience they deserve.”
The Camcloud for Android app allows users to connect securely to their Camcloud video monitoring account, manage their camera settings, view live video, and access any recorded video that is stored in the cloud. With support for Android 4.x smartphones and tablets, users can now watch their property, pets and loved ones from their favorite Android device.
“This is the first of several major product milestones we have coming over the next few months,” said Dan Burkett, Camcloud co-founder and CTO. “We’re aggressively building out our platform to support our growing user base, and having a first-class Android experience was at the top of the list. As an Android user myself, I’m very proud and satisfied with the quality of this release.”
Users can download Camcloud for Android from Google Play immediately. The company offers a free plan and paid plans for as little as $5/month that provide more camera support and unlimited live video viewing. Visit Camcloud's Plans Page for more details.
Camcloud provides a simple, cost-effective cloud video monitoring system for the home and small business. Using any webcam or Axis IP camera, you can setup a video monitoring system for your property, complete with motion detection, mobile alerts, and remote video surveillance.
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