So those are three apps you can use to wireless stream your webcam to your i Phone or i Pad.
If you have used a different app or software or have issues setting these up, post a comment.
Overall, the process was easy to setup, but I was not happy with the quality of the video.
For some reason, the video was very choppy and also pixelated.
However, for me it worked because I was only using built-in webcams on Windows machines.
The quality of the video is where Jumi Cam stands out.
You literally have to exit the app and then go back into it. Overall, though, the app works well and does a good job of streaming video from your webcam and the setup process was again very easy.
I didn’t test the whole 3G/4G remote viewing capabilities because that doesn’t seem like it would work well in any app and I didn’t need that feature.
The first app that I found when doing a generic search was i Cam for .99.
Very strange and hopefully something that’ll be fixed in future releases. It automatically finds the sources and lists them in the app.
Jumi Cam is also .99 and also had very good video quality, even better than Air Cam.