IP CAM Controller

IP CAM Controller


Comparing to ordinary ipcam surveillance apps, IP CAM Controller supports "Tap to Center" - the camera will center on the position where your finger tap. Furthermore, the unique Android overlay function allows you to view the camera while doing something else (like reading news) at the same time!


Features
- Tap to Center(TTC): camera moves to the position you tapped; or Tap to Move for those do not support TTC: camera moves to the direction (1 out of 4 or 8) against the center;
- global camera view overlay, you can keep an eye on your camera while doing other things;
- tilt to move: activate sensor mode (in single view) then camera will move toward the direction you tilt the phone;
- flick to move: camera moves to the direction you flicked;
- view and control (PTZ) your camera in portrait or landscape view;
- no limitation on number of cameras;
- disable screen lock during viewing;
- support many different camera types;
- share camera access with your friends and family;
- audio support for selected cameras;
- HD (H.264) video streaming for selected cameras.


Supported camera brands:
ABUS, ACTi, AirLink, Apexis, Arecont, Astak Mole, Axis, AVTECH, Blue Iris, BOSCH, Brickcom, Canon, Channel Vision, COMPRO, Cytech, Dericam, Digitus, D-Link, Eagle Eye, EasyN, Edimax, Excelon, Foscam, GeoVision, Grandstream, Grantec, iCatch, Instar, IP Webcam, Ipux, IPX, JVC, Kaicong, KGuard, Level One, LinkSys, LogiLink, Lorex, Marmitek, Maygion, MIPS, Mobotix, Motion Webcam, Nuvico DVR, Panasonic, Rayvision DVR, SecuritySpy, Sharx, SmartHome, Solwise, Sony, Storage Options, SYAC, Tenvis Iprobot3, TopSee, Toshiba, TP-Link, TRENDnet, TriVision, Vilar, Vitek, VivoTek, Vstarcam, WansView, WebcamXP/Webcam7, X10, Yudor, Y-Cam, 7Links


Please visit JerryHuang.net for detailed supported camera types and tested list. Un-supported camera owners are welcome to draw my attention.

Recent changes:
1.7.5
- support for Tenvis JPT3815W series

1.7.4
- New camera: Logitech Alert

1.7.3
- Fix tap to center for Panasonic on Samsung S5 issue

1.7.2
- Audio support for Edimax, TRENDNet 302

1.7.1
- new camera support: Panasonic i-PRO series (tested on WV-SW174W)

1.7
- sensor mode in single view: tilt your phone to move your camera

1.6.25
- audio for TP-Link SC4171, Level One WCS 6020, VivoTek

1.6.24
- new camera: Wansview NCM624W
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About IP CAM Controller
Comparing to ordinary ipcam surveillance apps, IP CAM Controller supports "Tap to Center" - the camera will center on the position where your finger tap. Furthermore, the unique Android overlay function allows you to view the camera while doing something else (like reading news) at the same time!


Features
- Tap to Center(TTC): camera moves to the position you tapped; or Tap to Move for those do not support TTC: camera moves to the direction (1 out of 4 or 8) against the center;
- global camera view overlay, you can keep an eye on your camera while doing other things;
- tilt to move: activate sensor mode (in single view) then camera will move toward the direction you tilt the phone;
- flick to move: camera moves to the direction you flicked;
- view and control (PTZ) your camera in portrait or landscape view;
- no limitation on number of cameras;
- disable screen lock during viewing;
- support many different camera types;
- share camera access with your friends and family;
- audio support for selected cameras;
- HD (H.264) video streaming for selected cameras.


Supported camera brands:
ABUS, ACTi, AirLink, Apexis, Arecont, Astak Mole, Axis, AVTECH, Blue Iris, BOSCH, Brickcom, Canon, Channel Vision, COMPRO, Cytech, Dericam, Digitus, D-Link, Eagle Eye, EasyN, Edimax, Excelon, Foscam, GeoVision, Grandstream, Grantec, iCatch, Instar, IP Webcam, Ipux, IPX, JVC, Kaicong, KGuard, Level One, LinkSys, LogiLink, Lorex, Marmitek, Maygion, MIPS, Mobotix, Motion Webcam, Nuvico DVR, Panasonic, Rayvision DVR, SecuritySpy, Sharx, SmartHome, Solwise, Sony, Storage Options, SYAC, Tenvis Iprobot3, TopSee, Toshiba, TP-Link, TRENDnet, TriVision, Vilar, Vitek, VivoTek, Vstarcam, WansView, WebcamXP/Webcam7, X10, Yudor, Y-Cam, 7Links


Please visit JerryHuang.net for detailed supported camera types and tested list. Un-supported camera owners are welcome to draw my attention.

Recent changes:
1.7.5
- support for Tenvis JPT3815W series

1.7.4
- New camera: Logitech Alert

1.7.3
- Fix tap to center for Panasonic on Samsung S5 issue

1.7.2
- Audio support for Edimax, TRENDNet 302

1.7.1
- new camera support: Panasonic i-PRO series (tested on WV-SW174W)

1.7
- sensor mode in single view: tilt your phone to move your camera

1.6.25
- audio for TP-Link SC4171, Level One WCS 6020, VivoTek

1.6.24
- new camera: Wansview NCM624W

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A Google User
5 days ago
You can keep the $1.93 Goodluck getting a refund. You have to jump through hoops. Most refunds are push a button this guy needs all the info..so for my money I will uninstall..P.O.S. also unlocking easyn does not work so this does not support easyn audio as advertised.
A Google User
Jul 20, 2014
Evo 3d cams. Awesome My old phones as cams. App works great for me. Gave it 5 stars and upgrading.
A Google User
Jul 17, 2014
Ip cam I have tested a few ip camera, this one, great first expression. Big view, easily set up . All this base on first an hour usage. Thanks
A Google User
Jul 7, 2014
Aid to visitors Let's me control my front door cam & talk back to visitors. No more trips to the door to fend off sales folk
A Google User
Jul 5, 2014
Be ready to pay twice As others point out, you have to pay twice - once to get advanced features and another to remove ads. I think this should be made more clear - I did find it in the FAQ. However, I will say that at first, the app did not allow me to pay to unlock the features - there was no option to do so. After an update, it showed up, and yes I was expecting the ads to go away. But there is still no option for me to pay to get rid of the ads so for me the app is janky. The features of the app itself are nice. I like the overlay window that you can keep open on top of any screen, including the home screen.