Yoics Launch

Yoics Launch


This is the FREE version of Yoics™ Launch app. The FREE version has limited connection time unless you are a Yoics Pro™ Subscriber.

Yoics Launch Features:
* Secure remote access to photos, files, data and devices running on remote LANs from your mobile device with no network configuration or port forwarding needed for setup.
*View specific files or your whole desktop from your mobile device
*View and control Webcams or Yoics enabled IP cameras
*View files stored on Yoics enabled NAS devices
*Set up web based applications using the Yoics Desktop client and view them from your mobile device
* Securely share access to files, desktops, applications and data with designated other users with control over shared access time limits, even if the designated users do not have Yoics software installed (requires purchase of Yoics Pro level service

Yoics Technology:

Yoics Launch will require you to download the free Yoics Desktop application to the PC and Mac computers you wish to access remotely. The desktop client guides you through registering your Yoics account and selecting resources to be remotely viewable from your computer and LAN. Once set up, your Yoics Launch app, when you open it, shows you what resources are available. When you select a resource, such as a photo file or a camera, Yoics authenticates your request, sends an encryption key to your mobile device and the requested resource, then set up an encrypted peer to per connection between them. When the session ends, the keys are deleted. No ports were opened in your firewall and you never had to configure your network to set up the connection.

Yoics Partners:

Global consumer electronics companies have integrated Yoics into many popular products. Especially popular are IP cameras and NAS devices built for non-technical consumers. Yoics enabled products are automatically registered to your Yoics account when installed and immediately viewable from your Yoics Launch app. Partner products currently available include:

Astak Mole
Astak IP700
Aviosys 9100 (with Yoics firmware)
Lorex LNE cameras
Cisco Smart Storage line of NAS
Drobo share

Adding non Yoics enabled resources:

More technical users can add almost any IP connected device on their LAN to the Yoics desktop using Yoics NOW Proxy included in the free Yoics desktop application. Any devices added will immediately be viewable from your Yoics Launch app.

Developers Program:

Yoics offers an SDK to developers through the Yoics Developers Program. With the SDK, developers can easily integrate the Yoics service into software apps or hardware devices needing secure remote connections.
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About Yoics Launch
This is the FREE version of Yoics™ Launch app. The FREE version has limited connection time unless you are a Yoics Pro™ Subscriber.

Yoics Launch Features:
* Secure remote access to photos, files, data and devices running on remote LANs from your mobile device with no network configuration or port forwarding needed for setup.
*View specific files or your whole desktop from your mobile device
*View and control Webcams or Yoics enabled IP cameras
*View files stored on Yoics enabled NAS devices
*Set up web based applications using the Yoics Desktop client and view them from your mobile device
* Securely share access to files, desktops, applications and data with designated other users with control over shared access time limits, even if the designated users do not have Yoics software installed (requires purchase of Yoics Pro level service

Yoics Technology:

Yoics Launch will require you to download the free Yoics Desktop application to the PC and Mac computers you wish to access remotely. The desktop client guides you through registering your Yoics account and selecting resources to be remotely viewable from your computer and LAN. Once set up, your Yoics Launch app, when you open it, shows you what resources are available. When you select a resource, such as a photo file or a camera, Yoics authenticates your request, sends an encryption key to your mobile device and the requested resource, then set up an encrypted peer to per connection between them. When the session ends, the keys are deleted. No ports were opened in your firewall and you never had to configure your network to set up the connection.

Yoics Partners:

Global consumer electronics companies have integrated Yoics into many popular products. Especially popular are IP cameras and NAS devices built for non-technical consumers. Yoics enabled products are automatically registered to your Yoics account when installed and immediately viewable from your Yoics Launch app. Partner products currently available include:

Astak Mole
Astak IP700
Aviosys 9100 (with Yoics firmware)
Lorex LNE cameras
Cisco Smart Storage line of NAS
Drobo share

Adding non Yoics enabled resources:

More technical users can add almost any IP connected device on their LAN to the Yoics desktop using Yoics NOW Proxy included in the free Yoics desktop application. Any devices added will immediately be viewable from your Yoics Launch app.

Developers Program:

Yoics offers an SDK to developers through the Yoics Developers Program. With the SDK, developers can easily integrate the Yoics service into software apps or hardware devices needing secure remote connections.

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A Google User
Nov 13, 2014
Keeps crashing when trying to load camera
A Google User
Oct 10, 2014
Garbage, why pay more? The camera is great. I paid $200 why cant I have unlimited access for something I already paid for?
A Google User
Oct 5, 2014
It use to work great but now it won't connect to my camera. I can log in just fine but that's it. Very disappointing. I have a HTC One using Android.
A Google User
Oct 4, 2014
Yoics camera viewer Does not work
A Google User
Sep 24, 2014
Broken Broken