I still recommend this app because it’s very highly rated and it could have just been some issue with my setup.
It seems that they are trying to push the Pro version of their app more and that could be the reason for the lower video quality.
If you want, you can also remotely access it, but that requires extra configuration of your router, etc., which I didn’t do.
If you click on Options, you can enable night vision, configure remote access, setup the listening port, setup recording, motion detection, email notifications and more.
For example, Nest has its own app for Nest Cameras and Netgear has an app for Arlo cameras.
The first app that I found when doing a generic search was i Cam for .99.
I didn’t test the whole 3G/4G remote viewing capabilities because that doesn’t seem like it would work well in any app and I didn’t need that feature.Just give your camera a i Cam Login and i Cam password and click the Start button. Now go to the app on your i Phone or i Pad and it will automatically find the source camera as long as it’s on the same network.The i Pad version of the app is also designed to use the bigger screen real estate, so that’s a plus.The program has a slider bar that lets you move it from Better Frame Rate to Better Image Quality, but neither one worked too well.When I moved it to better frame rate, the video was delayed by several seconds and was very grainy.I have a 2 year old child and I also happen to have a computer in pretty much every room in my house.