Manything

Manything

By Manything

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2013-07-11
  • Current Version: 5.7.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 69.41 MB
  • Developer: Manything
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 674 Ratings

Description

Manything stands for Monitor Anything…and that's exactly what you can do with our app! Manything lets you give a spare iPhone or iPad a new lease of life - just download the Manything app on your spare device to turn it into an instant home security camera. KEY FEATURES - Easy set up - Live video streaming - Motion alerts - Two way talk - Adjustable detection zones and camera sensitivity - IFTTT smart home integration - Easy clip sharing and downloading - Optional cloud storage plans to watch past video events and save them to the Manything cloud SET UP Simply install Manything on your spare device, select "Camera" mode and press record. Then download Manything to your main phone or tablet which you carry with you and select "Viewer". It's that simple, now you can watch your camera from anywhere! (Manything requires iOS 6 and above to operate in camera mode and iOS 8 and above to operate in viewer mode.) MANYTHING PLANS On our free plan you can use 1 spare device as a Manything camera - you can receive motion/sound alerts and watch your camera live stream! Want to use more than 1 device, watch past video events and save video to the Manything cloud? Upgrade to a monthly subscription plan from just $3.99/month: - 1 camera, 2 days cloud recording $3.99 - 1 camera, 30 days cloud recording $7.99 - 2 cameras, 2 days cloud recording $6.99 - 2 cameras, 30 days cloud recording $12.99  - 5 cameras, 2 days cloud recording $12.99 - 5 cameras, 30 days cloud recording $25.99 If you choose to upgrade, payment will be charged to your iTunes account at the point of purchase. Subscriptions automatically renew each month unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You can manage your subscriptions and turn off auto-renewal in your App Store settings which can be found in your phone or tablet settings menu. The current month cannot be cancelled once it has started. For our full terms of service and our privacy policy please visit https://manything.com/terms.html?app=true and https://manything.com/privacy.html?app=true

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Reviews

  • Glitch city

    1
    By Oh Noooo!!!
    Many many interruptions will turn the app off. Too bad. This app is so close to being the best for what it is. BUT as it is, you must be close to the camera so you can reset it and start it up again. That’s hard to do while you’re at work or across the country on vacation. I’ve noticed that there are even more interruptions that stall the app when you are paying for the subscription.
  • Look out for overheating batteries

    2
    By bbebb
    The app works as advertised, and does a good job of detecting and reporting motion and it’s easy to select the amount of motion of concern and the areas to be excluded. The lag time isn’t fast enough to see who is at the door but nothing really is quick enough for that. The fatal flaw is the danger of leaving obsolete iPhones on a charger 7/24/365 for months or years. I have used 4 old iPhones for Manything cameras since the early days of Manything and 3 of them had their batteries overheat and swell up to the point of separating the front and/or back of the phone which is too close to a lithium fire for my comfort. None of these phones were in the sun, all were in well-ventilated air conditioned spaces with proper Apple chargers. I don’t know how long they had swollen batteries since they just kept on working and I unwittingly kept them on the charger (until one died last week). Needless to say, I no longer use old phones as Manything phone/cameras, they’ve all finally been recycled (which BTW required a trip to the Apple store, I couldn’t find anyone else to take an iPhone with a swollen battery). Too bad, I really found the app useful. This is an Apple problem not a Manything problem...Sort of.
  • This app is great

    4
    By Kallen T
    I never knew you could have a old phone as a security camera until now! This app is great for watching over your baby, pets of just about anything. The only bad this is the interface I think the app could be designed a little better with a fresh look. Overall though great app! Download it today!
  • Cloud update

    2
    By PersyJack
    You have to shell out monthly payments to see even a single video. How about require that after certain MB or number videos. So basically, it’s useless unless you pay. The rest is good, hence the two stars
  • Cloud update

    2
    By PersyJack
    You have to shell out monthly payments to see even a single video. How about require that after certain MB or number videos. So basically, it’s useless unless you pay. The rest is good, hence the two stars
  • Easy

    5
    By PPFUNTIME
    There is an tutorial only thing waiting for response is want to add more cameras can follow tutorial or buy subscription so happy can afford! Yes! I hope I can connect camera that I’ve paid for and are getting dusty from lack of use👍👍 finally!
  • Manything was really useful to monitor my pet bird while I was on travel

    5
    By In Situ
    I'm back from my trip to the U.S. Even though I'm back, ManyThing worked so well keeping an eye on Monta, my java sparrow, and even letting me talk to him (!) that I will keep the subscription going. When I'm out I can still check on him, and my partner can check on him from work. Plus I've been able to download a lot of cute clips to upload for FaceBook. The 2nd day I was gone it stopped working for some reason, but my partner was able to get it working again. Other than that one incident, it's been working flawlessly since April 1. I've recommended it to friends.
  • 😃

    5
    By NefariousEtheral
    I haven't had a problem one with this app. I love it.
  • Camera stopped uploading videos

    1
    By Sheko 1977
    Camera stopped uploading videos. Made several trials and no success.. Rob from the tech support don't respond or give any solutions !!??
  • Camera doesn’t reactivate if WiFi temporarily interrupted

    1
    By kapenske
    If WiFi goes out and comes back on the cameras need to be manually reactivated. Makes it rather useless if you’re away from home which is the whole purpose of the cameras. Appears to be a problem only with iPhones, according to their FAQs. Trying now to find another app where this problem doesn’t happen.

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