Ever wanted to convert your Windows computer into a security and a surveillance system without much fuss and without spending much money? We have already seen a few free tools which you can use to make your Windows Laptop act as a Security Camera. In this article, we will tell you about iSpy. iSpy turns your Windows PC into a full security and surveillance system, using your webcams and microphones.
iSpy is basically for those who secretly want to record the happenings around their computer and want to access them remotely. iSpy has been proved to be useful for home surveillance and security purposes.
iSpy has a lot of features and they include:
Motion and sound detection
Alerting (SMS, MMS and Email)
Video and Sound Recording
Execute any File
iphone and Android integration
Streaming live video
Recording and scheduling options
Built in LAN server
Control cameras with PTZ
Auto upload to YouTube
Pair microphones and Cameras together for audio in movies
Desktop Recording and broadcasting
The web interface of iSpy is really very easy to operate and monitor. The most interesting feature is the Anywhere Remote Access feature.
The live streaming is also nice; but buffering depends on your internet connection’s speed.
iSpy may find many uses and you may find it especially useful if you want to keep a watch and record the content remotely in the following situations:
iSpy is password-protected and runs in system tray and you can unlock it only with the password, and the recorded content or live stream can be accessed via its website. While reviewing this application, I made some tests on iSpy. You will not be able to exit the application, from the system tray, nor kill it from the Task Manager. It auto-starts again and can be closed only after entering your password.
Check out this video to get to know more about the program:
Hope you liked reading about iSpy. If you would like download this freeware you can visit its home page. iSpy is free and a open-source software. But charges apply for remote access and SMS or Email alerts.
Lavish loves to follow up on the latest happenings in technology. He loves to try out new Windows-based software and gadgets and is currently learning JAVA. He loves to develop new software for Windows. Creating a System Restore Point first before installing a new software is always recommended, he feels.