iCam 1.0 for Android Released

We are happy to announce to release of iCam 1.0 to the Android Market.

This initial version of iCam for Android is truly a "1.0" release: It allows you to stream up to 4 computer webcam video feeds to your Android phone over 3G or WiFi. Sound, notifications and motion events will be included in future updates.

iCam 1.0 for Android is currently available for the reduced price of $2.99 on the Android Market. As features are added to meet the capabilities of the iPhone version, the price will reflect that as well. (The iPhone version currently sells for $4.99 on the App Store.)

Purchase iCam 1.0 for Android now get those future updates for free. :)

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  2. lsummary says:

    I have iCam on 3 of my mac’s and use an iPhone to monitor them (works great).
    My wife has a Android X, and she downloaded iCam 1.0 for Android. I was hoping she could view the same sources as I do, using the same logon and password. NO LUCK. Cannot get it to work with her Android X. Any suggestions? Are the two compatible with iCamSource 2.2?

  3. admin says:

    @lsummary – Your wife should be able to connect with Android iCam using the same iCam Login and Password combination. You might want to review the “Troubleshooting” section of the iCam Help pages: http://skjm.com/icam/help/troubleshooting.php

    If you are still having problems, please contact support@skjm.com