Smartfrog’s Free Home Security Camera App

Smartphone owners can now protect their home for free

Millions of old smartphones sit around getting dusty in drawers and cupboards worldwide. With Smartfrog’s new app they can now become a cost-free surveillance camera that allows users to check in on what’s happening at home, keep an eye on the kids, check up on pets, or protect houses from burglary at any time, from anywhere.

Smartfrog – a leading international technology company focused on the Internet of Things (IoT) – already keeps users in 185 countries secure. Since crime and burglary rises are accelerating worldwide, security has become a major concern for everyone. Smartfrog aims to make people’s lives more secure by providing an easy security solution, for free. Security is no longer limited to high-income households but has become accessible to everyone.

In just five minutes, a discarded smartphone can be turned into a surveillance camera that’s operational at any time and from anywhere allowing users to make sure everything is OK at home. All you need are two different devices – one used as a camera and one as a viewing screen.

Users download the Smartfrog Home Security Camera App (iOS & Android) onto both devices. As soon as something moves or a sound is detected, they’ll receive an alert on their smartphone. With Smartfrog it’s also possible for users to hear and speak into their own four walls via “push-to-talk”. Users can enjoy an ad-free premium version with HD-quality recordings and 30 days of event history included, starting from $3.99.

Smartfrog places huge importance on data security and uses the highest security standards. Video data is transmitted securely using bank-level SSL encryption to safeguard users’ privacy.

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Duncan Newell

Duncan is a technology professional with over 20 years experience of working in various IT roles. He has a interest in cyber security, and has a wide range of other skills in radio, electronics and telecommunications.

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