Manything home security camera app with cloud DVR

Manything home security camera app with cloud DVR

By Manything

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2013-07-11
  • Current Version: 5.0.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 64.30 MB
  • Developer: Manything
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
Score: 4
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From 524 Ratings

Description

Welcome to Manything for iPhone or iPad! Monitor anything with Manything. What is Manything? Our free app turns your spare iOS phone or tablet into a sophisticated home security camera in seconds. With live streaming and motion detection alerts it's the easy way to monitor your home and pets when you're away. “This is a great way to experiment with DIY home security or simply keep track of what your mischievous pets get up to when you're away from home. “ - Megan Wollerton, CNET. Set up: Simply install Manything on your spare device, select "Camera" mode and press record. Then download Manything to your main phone or tablet which you will take with you. Select "Viewer" mode to watch your live stream, review motion-activated clips or even to talk to the people and pets at the other end of your camera, from anywhere. Key features: Easy set-up – simply install the app on a camera and viewer device. Live video streaming – see what’s going on in real time. Motion activation – camera will automatically record on movement. Motion and sound alerts – be notified if unexpected sound or motion is detected. Access anywhere – view your live feeds or motion events from iPhone, iPad or your web browser. Two-way talk – speak to the people and pets at home through your camera. Secure – private feed, share or download important clips from the app. Motion detection zones – only monitor the areas you need to. Adjustable motion sensitivity – ensure you only capture significant events. Facebook Live Broadcast (optional) - choose to share your live feed with others over Facebook. IFTTT integration – for home automation and enhanced alerts. Clip chart – share and view the best clips from Manythingers around the world. Optional cloud recording – back up your footage in the cloud with our paid plans. Manything requires iOS 6 and up to operate in camera mode and iOS 8 and up to operate in viewer mode. Use Manything for free! On our free plan you can use Manything on 1 camera - you can receive motion/sound alerts and watch your camera live streams! Want to add more cameras and store your video on the cloud? Upgrade to one of our monthly subscription plans. Optional monthly subscriptions: 1 camera, 2 days cloud recording $3.99 1 camera, 7 days cloud recording $4.99 1 camera, 30 days cloud recording $7.99 2 cameras, 2 days cloud recording $6.99 2 cameras, 7 days cloud recording $8.99 2 cameras, 30 days cloud recording $12.99 5 cameras, 2 days cloud recording $12.99 5 cameras, 7 days cloud recording $19.99 5 cameras, 30 days cloud recording $26.99 If you choose to upgrade, payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of each purchase, and your subscription automatically renews each month unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You can manage your subscriptions and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to Account Settings after purchase. The current month cannot be cancelled once it has started, and if you purchase a subscription during your first month, your free period will end immediately and you will move to the level that you have purchased. For our full terms of service and our privacy policy please visit https://manything.com/terms.html?app=true and https://manything.com/privacy.html?app=true

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Reviews

  • Great app w pretty good features

    3
    By Synthmanic
    Lots of settings to control motion level and specific area. Options to take photos or videos is great as well. The main complaint I have is that I have to "Delete All" multiple times for my clips to be erased. Everyday I delete all, then a few seconds later they reappear.
  • It's okay

    2
    By notchristopher
    When it works. But my camera went offline one day into my vacation, no notification or nothing. No low battery or anything. I'm looking for another app.
  • 3rd try

    2
    By Madscien
    Third strike... i tried this a few times paid, hoping the bugs would be fixed and some are but others render this app useless to me. I have 2 iphones (a 4s and a 5) running and sometimes get videos that wont play, ever, and now one camera is, after working a couple hours, continuously giving videos that have one frame of the "intruder" frozen, and play that for the entire video interval. Finally, always takes 2-4 tries to delete video clips. I really wanted this to work but today, with a house full of unknown contractors, one camera created 2 bad videos and the other 8-9 of those 1-frame videos. If anything is missing I will have no evidence. Sigh......
  • Love it!

    5
    By EFishRN
    Easy to set up and use! I have it on 3 apple devices at home and is it it to monitor front/back door and my fur-kids!
  • Great app, great developer!

    5
    By Awesomesauce fillms
    I've been using manything for over a year now to keep an eye on my house, monitor my 3dprinter and many other things. The app works great, and is very stable for the long term. I also love how responsive the developers are to questions and suggestions. They're constantly working on new updates and just added support for legit CCTV cameras if that's your thing. Highly recommend!
  • Fantastic for home security!

    5
    By Rotund Wizard
    I've been using Manything for well over a year and I couldn't be happier. I started with a single camera and as I found it more and more useful I've moved all the way up to the 5 camera version (well played Manything!). For those complaining about the free version, it's just supposed to be a preview of what the app can do. Manything is a business, of course they want you to want the features of the paid version, that's how they stay in business! Manything, keep doing what you're doing, this is a great product!!!
  • Loving the app but small question

    4
    By Cristian delacruz
    The iPad seems to after a couple minutes the display goes black however I see the status on the top of the screen (time wifi coverage battery etc) I changed the display time out to never buti notice it goes black ? Any suggestions??
  • Outstanding when properly set up

    5
    By redsoxjudy
    I love this app! I have four cameras (old phones) set up and this is a fool-proof app when I get the set-up right. It took me a while to eliminate the many functions of the iPhone that can mess with the process. Now that I have it right, the reliability and the qulity of the app is really superior...and cheap. A couple of weeks ago, I was able to provide the police with a downloaded video of a car sideswiping my car and crashing through my bushes. I only use those phones as cameras, so I have turned off everything but the wifi. All backgroup app refreshes, including of Manything itself, need to be off because they interrupt the feed. I check for updates to Manything and manually install them when they are issued. Once interupted, the feed must be manually re-esatablished. On the two occasions where I lost my wifi signal, my phone continued to record the feel off-line until I re-established the feed. It isn't that the criticisms are inaccurate - it is just that they do not occur when the system is correctly set up. I love this app!!!
  • Excellent App

    5
    By Superior-360
    This app is genius! We use this to monitor our staff and we plan on adding still another unit. We will have 5 vantage points that gives us the surveillance that we need.
  • Don't know what the fuss is about!

    5
    By norbythommo
    I think Manything is a great app. People moaning about this and that not being free probably don't work for nothing themselves. To get you hooked onto the app, of course there's a free version, but the cost of the subscription isn't bad for peace of mind. The team sent me an email this year suggesting buying $30 fire tablets as cameras - great idea. They're proactive and responsive. They've also talked about camera enclosures etc. so they're clearly thinking ahead. It works great imo - even recorded the missus reversing the car into the telegraph pole - which was great fun to playback in the pub. You get what you pay for

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