remote camera app

nima2007

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Aug 1, 2010
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i need an app that uses the iphone's camera and i can somehow view it on my computer so i can use it as a spy camera, i have an iphone 4 ios 4.0.1 and it's jailbroken:apple:
 

saving107

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Oct 14, 2007
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curiouser and curiouser

i need an app that uses the iphone's camera and i can somehow view it on my computer so i can use it as a spy camera, i have an iphone 4 ios 4.0.1 and it's jailbroken:apple:
What an odd request.

but wouldn't a peep hole just be easier? oh well, to each their own.
 

Tom G.

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Jun 16, 2009
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I agree what an odd request.

However, you did not say what type of computer you wanted to use. I assume it is not an Apple or you would have been proud enough to list it.
If you have an iPad then it is easy, just use Camera A and Camera B apps and your in like Flint.
 

nima2007

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Aug 1, 2010
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Windows

It is a windows computer no I don't have an ipad but I have an iPod touch. Will the camera a b thing work between iPhone 4 and iPod touch 2g
 

nima2007

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Aug 1, 2010
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Doesn't iCam work the other way? You can view your Mac or PC camera on your iPhone not your iPhone camera on your Mac or PC?

I guess I should have refreshed my webpage before replying!

Yes I want to view my iPhone camera on a computer not computer webcam on iphone so icam won't work
 

agjake01

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Jun 7, 2010
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Bambuser is the best app I've found so far. You can set up your IP4 to broadcast to a session generated URL. You type in the web address and have the stream on your computer. (Free App)

Ustream and Qik also allow you to live stream but I don't like their interface as well and they seem to lag a bit more.
 

Simm0nS777

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Jul 15, 2010
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Bambuser is the best app I've found so far. You can set up your IP4 to broadcast to a session generated URL. You type in the web address and have the stream on your computer. (Free App)

Ustream and Qik also allow you to live stream but I don't like their interface as well and they seem to lag a bit more.
doesn't look like it works with ios4
 

nima2007

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Aug 1, 2010
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yes somthing like qik but qik is not that good and a lan stream would be faster
 
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