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MobileCamViewer Now Available for iPhone 5S/5C, iOS 7 Devices and iPad Air

Dec 11 2013, 6:42am CST | by PR.com

Santa Clara, CA, December 11, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Mobile surveillance and remote video monitoring leader mobiDEOS, Inc. announces that its MobileCamViewer has been tested and certified for the iOS 7 mobile operating system and iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S.

The faster processing and network capabilities of iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C compared to previous iPhone generations allows mobile consumers to more quickly access their remote cameras, DVRs and NVRs while receiving better video quality — helping users to make fast and informed decisions when evaluating potential security events on the move.

Next-generation tablet users (iPad Air) also benefit from the same speed and efficiency benefits when utilizing MobileCamViewer over Wi-Fi connections. Similarly, backward-compatible devices upgradeable to iOS 7, including iPhone 4S, iPhone 5 and iPad 2 iPad 3 also benefit. This means that current customers using MobileCamViewer for business monitoring, home surveillance or law enforcement on recent-generation iOS devices can use the application in the same manner after upgrading to the iOS 7 mobile operating system.

MobileCamViewer offers secure, reliable carrier-grade cell phone-based video surveillance and remote monitoring solutions, providing "anytime, anywhere" mobile video surveillance for virtually every situation. Its compatibility across many smartphones, tablets, cameras, DVRs, NVRs and video servers — as well as simple integration with PC and MAC-based iOS systems — enables MobileCamViewer to comply with both new and existing network infrastructures. The basic MobileCamViewer application is free, with incremental costs for premium service users.

About mobiDEOs
mobiDEOS Inc. is a privately held mobile technology company headquartered in Silicon Valley. MobileCamViewer and WebView — mobiDEOS’ flagship products — offer mobile, tablet and browser-based solutions for security professionals in diverse markets by cloud enabling video surveillance equipment. These products enhance the security, surveillance, and remote monitoring capabilities of existing systems and integrate with more cameras, DVRs, NVRs, and video servers than other cell phone-based remote monitoring products on the market. The company also offers its WebView fixed surveillance system and its WebSync application for synchronizing fixed and mobile surveillance operations

MobileCamViewer has been featured in prominent security industry magazines such as STORES, MobileEnterprise, SDM, Security Dealer and Integrator and Security Products. MobileCamViewer earned New Product of the Year honors from Security Products in 2009 and 2011. MobileCamViewer was also a finalist in Verizon’s Apply Your Ideas contest for innovative smartphone applications.

Contact Information:
Mobideos
Sean Pal
408 716 8347
Contact via Email
www.mobideos.com/mobideos/index.html
3200 Coronado Dr. Ste. 124
Santa Clara, CA 95054

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