Alfred Home Security Camera

Alfred Home Security Camera

By Alfred Systems Inc.

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2015-05-02
  • Current Version: 2.2.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 116.47 MB
  • Developer: Alfred Systems Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 19,963 App Reviews)
  • Price:
Alfred Home Security Camera App Ratings: 4.5
Based on 19,963 App Reviews

Alfred Home Security Camera App Details

*Most downloaded security camera app *Endorsed by 10 million families, including cops *Must-have for parents & pet owners *Favored by caregivers to help with their work YOU GET: -- Remote access: stream live video wherever you are. -- Motion sensor & instant alerts: always know when something happens. -- Free cloud storage : save and keep videos. -- Walkie-talkie: interact with family, pets, delivery man, or deter intruder. -- 360 camera : cover a larger area with both lenses. WHY CHOOSE ALFRED? UNIVERSAL Alfred is compatible with the majority of smartphones and tablets on the market. Did you get an iPhone X? As long as your devices run iOS 8 and up, it is compatible with Alfred. Your old iPhone, iPad, or iPod can have a fruitful second life and serve a new purpose! You won’t have spare gadgets gathering dust or going to waste anymore! Do you work behind a PC all day? Use Alfred’s WebViewer to stream video feed from your computer. VERSATILE Everyone wants to protect their loved ones and ensure their safety. You don’t need ADT or Simplisafe to do that. Unlike traditional CCTV systems, you can place Alfred anywhere and change as often as you want wherever you need to reinforce security. You don’t even have to buy a Nest Cam or Dropcam. Besides the cost of the equipment, these smart home appliances often charge a monthly fee. With Alfred, there is no complicated installation, IP settings, or contract. You only have to download Alfred to build a DIY home security system: pure and simple. Besides the capacity of streaming live feed of your home, Alfred keeps you updated on what is going on in your home with motion sensor and instant alerts. If you see an intruder, you can scare him away by speaking through the walkie-talkie and immediately notify the local authorities. The videos are kept safe in the free cloud storage, and they can be saved or downloaded as evidence to help identify the suspect. Alfred is an essential component of any home improvement project if you are interested in building a smart home or experimenting with voice assistants such as Google Assistant. Consider the following scenario: when holidays such as Christmas, Thanksgiving, and Black Friday approach, the number of parcels everyone receives increases. Unfortunately, so do the parcel theft cases. UPS tracking and Fedex tracking do not keep your precious parcels safe! If you check a crime map, you will see that burglary happens more often than you can imagine. How can you deter parcel thieves? Besides becoming part of the Crime Stoppers, you should make Alfred guard the entrance of your place and keep an eye on your property as well as purchases. ECO-CONSCIOUS Why throw away perfectly usable devices and buy more equipment when you can upcycle, recycle, and repurpose old devices? Everyone is taking advantage of their unused smartphones by turning them into a music player with Spotify, a GPS navigator with Google Maps, or a fitness device with FitBit. It can even become a Bitcoin miner, VR headset, or smart doorbell. Why not use yours as a security camera? Alfred Premium, a monthly subscription service, charges 3.99 USD/month (local currency may apply). It offers HD viewing, recording, as well as ad removal. At the confirmation of upgrade, the payment will be charged to your iTunes Account. The account will be automatically charged for renewal unless auto-renewal is turned off at least 24 hours before the current subscription expires. You can manage your subscription and auto-renewal by going to Account Settings. The features of Alfred Premium are associated with the account you use to log in to Alfred (not your iTunes account), and are available to all devices logged in with the same account. Please refer to Alfred’s Terms of Service and Privacy Policy here:


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Alfred Home Security Camera App Reviews

  • Good for price

    By Traff357
    Good for price
  • Bad deal

    By kansastwv
    Was working great but now it stopped saying I had to pay for it bad I really like this app.... now I must delete it
  • Best thing ever!

    By Lags and glitches
    I do a lot of gaming and I don't want people bothering me. So I set this up. It AMAZING!
  • Excellent app

    By ronald fly
    It guarantees peace of minds on my trip.
  • Thankful

    By krazymary3
    I watch my grandbabies and my house is spread out so it is nice to have this to help when they take their naps.
  • Amazing!

    By enviousxbeauty
    I absolutely love this app. A friend recommended it to me when she started using it after someone attempted to break in her door. I use it to monitor my front door, living room, balcony, and I keep a camera on my pets so I can check in on them while I’m at work. So far I’ve only tried the free version, but plan to upgrade to premium and give it a try. We’re going to be out of town soon so I feel better knowing I’ll be able to check on our home while we’re gone. Sure the video quality isn’t the greatest on the free version, but all things considered it does an amazing job. Thanks to the team for making such a wonderful app.
  • Awsome app

    By charleston mtp
    Such a great way to use old phones
  • Good bad bad to good

    By fgnjhi
    I like to be able to use my old phone as a piece of modern technology to help secure my assets
  • If u don't know

    By Cellphone his
    You know not many free things are cool enough to get my attention but this app takes the cake!!!!!!
  • Works great

    By Frank Majada
    This app is great. Got notification on my phone of my neighbor at the front door while we were 1300 miles away. Only complaint would be that it was a bit to sensitive to movement and gave some false notifications when cars would pass by but an adjustment of the camera angle fixed that.