Cell phones are no longer the portable convenience evolved from their wireless telephone counterparts. They too have evolved into Smart phones which have now commandeered their ranks amongst PC’s and tablets. Hard to imagine but today’s modern smartphone contains more computing power than all of the computers at NASA’s disposal back in 1969. The year the USA first landed on the moon with Apollo 11. Pretty mind blowing, huh? Though you probably won’t use your phone to control your own spacecraft or Mars Rover anytime in the near future, it will bring a world of other feasible functionality, like controlling your TV and turning on your household lights. With so many apps offering original ideas or redesigns of the way we operate. All for the sake of convenience, demand, and productivity; these apps are designed (for the most part) to increase efficiency on how we live or engage our products. With all the innovative app technology of today, are you making the most of what it offers? If so, what apps make your day to day life easier, fun, or profitable? Let me know, perhaps your findings will help others adopt (myself included) a new way of useful living. I’ll start it off….
TechProSS Lite & TechProSS Plus
I’m an Android fan and favor the S Galaxy series. I’ve owned and loved them all from the S1-S4 with no complaints. Though I’ve never owned one, I even liked the Samsung Note II from a trial experience I had for a few days (The Galaxy S3 won the overall toss up). I’ve also enjoyed a couple of the google phones like the HTC’s G1 and LG’s G2X but as most of us know, some apps perform better on certain phones platforms and resources. Then there are the instances you come across a great app for a product (Windows & Blackberry phone users are all too familiar with this gripe) and it was limited to certain restrictions across platforms. How frustrating it is for consumers who knew and grew fond of “this” app to realize it no longer worked. In my travels and installs I came across one company I have grown quit fond of and their smart app for their products, I favor as well. This robust app offers a variety of options over the amount of control of the DVR/NVR or network camera creating a very desirable security unit.
Making the most of your device & apps capabilities
The ability to stream your surveillance video is nice. The ability to review your recorded footage from your smart device is convenient. The ability to take snapshots and recordings straight to our phones and tablets is exceptional but the ability to receive alerts and notifications from our security cameras is priceless. It’s my job to know my field and my profession to maximize my customer’s experience. With that statement, it’s my business to understand not only my profession but the products I use as well. This app allows all the advanced features of this DVR, besides the capability of viewing your cameras you can:
The paid application has the following additional features:
Imagine the possibilities you can take advantage of and how many solutions can be implemented through the app functionality. I’ve had many customers incorporate this functions in their daily lives. A few examples:
From toys to door locks, there seems to be an app nowadays for anything and everything. Either redundant to new to better. Ask yourself what an app can do for you. So when you’re in the market looking for vital products or cool electronics ask yourself, is there an app? Is it user friendly? Are features limited? You can even research the things you currently own and see if innovative app advancements are available.
What is the one feature that drew you to your esteemed app? Do you fully utilize its creativity? Have you ever had an idea or want for an app of your own? Lets
The application above that I’ve spoken of, TechProSS, is specifically made for their product line. It will only function with their DVRs, NVRs and IP cameras. Please do not attempt to use this application with another brand unit because it may not work.
There are some features only available with the paid version and the tablet version has the cool ability to display up to 16 channels simultaneously.