The New Manything App Can Record Video Upon Detecting Movement

 - Feb 11, 2016
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The 2016 version of Manything, the smartphone app that is capable of converting your phone into a home-monitoring security camera, features new and improved features that enable it to stand out in the increasingly competitive home security market. Apps, like cars, need to be refreshed and offered in new versions to keep them current and desirable, and this is certainly the case with Manything.

Developed for both the iOS and Android platforms, the Manything app now allows you to record using motion triggers. This means that the camera can capture a video feed of activity if something appears in the camera's view, before ceasing recording once things are still again.

The new Manything app also features reduced live stream delays, and the ability to pause and continue file uploads in the event that your phone loses its connection to the Manything cloud.

This app allows you to convert your humble smartphone into a home-monitoring system, with reliable working and non-intrusive design making it an excellent alternative to stand-alone home-monitoring systems.