Wanting a home security system? Why not use you old smartphones and devices?

Security, Smartphone, Tampa, Presence

Have you ever worried about what is going on in your house while you are not home?  Do you have a couple of old smartphones laying around that you just can’t bare to throw them out?  Then we may have the solution for both of these issues.  There are now some new apps that can turn your old smartphones into remote security cameras for home monitoring.

Launched last month, Presence converts a spare Internet-connected iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch into a free live camera with real-time video and audio streaming, motion detection and notifications.

Gene Wang, chief executive of the Palo Alto had this to say, “Essentially we give you an inexpensive security system that you can use to monitor your house, or help you watch kids, cats, elderly relatives or act as a baby or nanny cam.”

According to Wang, Presence stand apart from traditional monitoring systems because of its free do it yourself system that can be set up simply by downloading and configuring the app.

Basically, the consumer will install and login to their account from two separate devices.  They all they have to do is start Presence on one of the devices and then they can view it on the other.

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