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iPhone streaming video app

Dennis Hissink
CES report
Wednesday 13th, January 2010
Posted by: Dennis Hissink

Avaak, the industry’s leader in easy-to-use video mesh networking technology, announced that it has launched VueZone, an Apple iPhone app that allows Vue personal video network users to remotely view their homes, families, friends, and businesses while on the go. Consumers who own a Vue personal video network system now have the ability to control their complete viewing, recording and sharing experience with the touch of a finger. The user-friendly Vue system combines real-time remote video viewing with the accessibility of the Internet through a network of small, battery-powered wire-free cameras.

Streaming video app

iPhone streaming video app
The miniature cameras stream real-time video directly to the Internet, viewable on all major browsers. An innovative ultra low-power patented technology called FrameMesh, allows the cameras to operate for up to a year without changing the battery. The VueZone iPhone app takes the award-winning Vue personal video network to the next level of mobility and convenience, allowing users to view live footage on-the-go, as well as record footage in their personal my. Additional capabilities of the iPhone app include a feature to take snapshots from the remote cameras, which can then be saved directly to the iPhone handset itself; and the option to take advantage of the “View All” feature that allows users to watch all of their personal cameras at once.

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Streaming video app

VueZone Apple iPhone app
“With the iPhone currently penetrating 30% of the smartphone market share, it was only fitting to develop an app that caters to consumers who don’t always have access to a computer to check in on their homes, businesses or loved ones ,” said Gioia Messinger, founder and CEO of Avaak. “The new VueZone iPhone app makes staying connected to your everyday life easier than ever before, and we are thrilled to expand our brand with this important feature.”

Streaming video app

VueZone miniature camera system
The VueZone iPhone app is available for download now from the iPhone App Store in the utilities app category. The award-winning Vue personal video network is available for purchase at Amazon or VueZone for $299. The VueZone miniature camera system comes with two cameras. Additional cameras can be purchased separately for $99.

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