DescriptionMake your Foscam IP camera accessible from any Android device, both from wifi and from mobile internet connection.
Use Foscam Monitor to manage every aspect of your camera: position, video properties, motion detection, etc.
Get real time notifications on your Android smartphone when motion-detection alarm is fired by one of your cameras.
You have more than one camera? Use the grid view to see 2 or more cameras at a glance. Foscam Monitor supports up to 16 cameras!
- Camera control with buttons: up/down/left/right, zoom in/out, scan horizontally/vertically, move to preset position
- Camera control with gestures: up/down/left/right
- Camera control adjustments: reverse left/right up/down controls, set preset positions
- Video adjustments: contrast, brightness, flip/mirror image, infrared lights on/off
- Motion detection alarm: manage motion detection alarm activation and settings from your android device
- Motion detection alarm notifications: get real-time notifications on camera firing alarm
- Mail service management: manage camera's mail service from your android device
- PTZ settings: determine camera's motion speed
- Flexible grid view
- Up to 16 cameras
- Capture camera image and save it to gallery
- Automatically detects cameras in your local area network
- Check connection to camera as you enter camera settings
- Fullscreen view
You don't know the IP of a camera you just connected to your router? Foscam Monitor will find it for you.
Note: the IP of a camera in a local network is not the same as the IP needed to see it over the internet. Have a look to the following guide to know how setup your router to make your camera accessible over the internet: http://www.e-foscam.com/blog/archives/192
If you would like to try the tutorial before downloading this app, there's a free DEMO version of Foscam Monitor available. It's limited to one single camera and you cannot change camera settings from it, however is good enough for you to try the tutorial on how to make your camera accessible over the internet, as well as to play around with any other aspect of the application.