Alternatives to iSpy
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We have 1 review for iSpy. The average overall ratings is 4.0 / 5 stars.
Overall Opinion: Surveillance is important for security for both homeowners and business owners. Today, advances in wireless technology has made installation of video security systems easier than ever. There's no need for costly installations: It's completely possible to install and configure a home or business security system without a contractor. For even more cost-saving security functionality, consider iSpy, a free and open source software solution for viewing and controlling an enormous variety of cameras. The software allows the user to view security cameras from the web using any internet browser. One can also view the connected cameras through a mobile device.
Pros: The software is completely free to download and use, as it's open source, but users can choose to donate on the website. More dedicated supporters can subscribe to help development for $5 per month Subscriptions can be paid via PayPal and cancelled at any time
Cons: The iSpy website is loaded with questionable quality advertisements, which may say something about the quality of the people behind the software or the software itself Desktop version of the software is only compatible with 32- or 64-bit versions of Microsoft Windows 7 or above The latest version is not compatible with Windows XP or Vista, and users of those operating systems must download an older version of the iSpy software Accessing cameras remotely via the web requires a paid subscription which starts at 7.95 per month and goes up to 49.95 per month, depending on amount of computers
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