If you’re into video surveillance software compatible with your handset, there’s always myhome247 and Bye Bye Standby, but now there’s also Total Control, developed by Intelligent Designs Group.


The application allows the user of a Windows phone to control live video streams, with the aid of an IP camera and video encoders, as seen in the video below:

You won’t need any subscription in order to use this software, that supports 170 types of camera, including units that use pan, tilt and zoom functions, plus portrait and landscape mode. There’s also the option of moving on to the next camera, by clicking “Previous” or “Next”, or you’ll simply rotate each camera based on a timer.

Check out the free demo here or buy the app for $59.99 (single camera edition).

[via coolsmartphone]

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