I take my family's physical security very seriously and as a result, I'm a big fan of remote monitoring and home automation.
I previously used Archer Fish Solo cameras but have since replaced them with Drop Cams – and I can't wait for Canary to go into production.
I also dig Twine, Nest, Hue and innovative trackers like , Fobo and Trackdot. The problem with them is twofold, 1) the hardware can be expensive, and 2) there's a recurring cost for the service.
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Manything is an innovative new service that turns your i OS 5+ device (including that old i Pod touch or i Phone collecting dust in a drawer) into a free Wi Fi video camera.
The Manything i OS app (free, App Store) records and streams video via the cloud to your account and allows you watch it remotely in real-time, view recorded sessions and make and share clips.
Compatible devices include: If you have an unused i OS 5 device around, that solves problem 1 above.
The second problem (the recurring fee for the service) is also covered because the Manything service is free during the beta period.
After that, pricing for the storage is reasonable: 1GB is free, 3GB is $3 per month, 10GB is $8 per month, and 50GB is $15 per month.
Facebook is the most popular social network on the planet, and it's always been one of the most popular free apps on the i Phone.
Inside the free Facebook app, you can update your status, view photos, and check into your location.
You can also keep up with your news feed, messages, events, pages, chat, as well as upload your photos and videos, and much, much more.
(And if you're looking for more friends, check out our Facebook name swap thread!