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Master Geek
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Topic # 166090 2-Mar-2015 15:42
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We have a new kitten, and I want to make sure he's ok during the day so I want to set up a webcam using my ipad on my home wifi, with the ability to watch the stream from my iphone over 3G/4G or wifi/Broadband while out. I'm not that worried about recording the feed although that would be handy.

Any recommendations on iOS apps - happy to look at paid ones, but keen to get one that will do the job first time without having to purchase another.

Cheers
AB

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1251818 5-Mar-2015 17:03
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Hi - I believe the app Presence is designed for this purpose - check them out.




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Mike

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  Reply # 1251848 5-Mar-2015 17:42
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I got a free paid one a few weeks ago called 'Home Streamer' and it works pretty well.
There is a Lite version so you can check it out first.





 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1253144 8-Mar-2015 09:11
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clicknz: Hi - I believe the app Presence is designed for this purpose - check them out.


Presence is perfect! Many thanks.

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