TRENDnet (www.TRENDnet.com), a best-in-class wired and wireless networking hardware brand, announced today the launch of its new free mobile app, TRENDnet IPView.
TRENDnet IPView is the latest mobile surveillance app from TRENDnet, designed to bring live video from your TRENDnet IP cameras to your Android or Apple mobile device. After download and installation, the app scans and auto-detects TRENDnet cameras on a user's local network to simplify the setup process.
TRENDnet IPView allows users to view their connected TRENDnet cameras, zoom in and out, use real-time pan and tilt, plus more. Users may upgrade the app for USD $3.99 to access advanced features such as preset PTZ patrol, split screens, quad view, auto-scan, and saving video and screenshots to Dropbox or locally on the mobile device.
TRENDnet IPView is available now for free on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store. The majority of TRENDnet's latest home and business IP cameras and NVRs will be supported on the TRENDnet IPView app. TRENDnet IPView is the latest addition to TRENDnet's mobile app family, which already includes TRENDnetView, for legacy camera models, and TRENDnet CloudView, for cloud cameras.
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