IP Camera Viewer 2 4+

DIY Video Surveillance

DComplex LLC

    • 2.5 • 140 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Use IP Camera Viewer 2 app to monitor and record video from up to 8 IP Cameras.
The app allows to easily setup recording video on schedule, or events only (Motion Detection, Person Detection, etc).
Once the cameras are setup for recording, you could quickly search recorded video and export events as movies or just images.

Many popular cameras are supported: Axis, ACTi, Agasio, Anbash, Amcrest, Arecont, Airlink101, Basler, BlueJay, Bosch, Canon, CNB, Cisco, Compro, D-Link, Dericam, Digitus, Edimax, EyeSpy247, Foscam, hama, Hootoo, iCanTek, IPUX, Linksys, Loftek, Marmitek, Mobotix, Panasonic, Sony, Sanyo, Sharx, Solwise, StarDot, Tenvis, Toshiba, TP-Link, TRENDNet, Ubiquiti, Vivotek, VCS, Wanscam, Y-Cam, Zmodo and more.

In addition, the generic camera drivers support many other cameras: ONVIF-compatible cameras, RTSP and MJPEG Streams.

Audio monitoring and recording is available for compatible cameras.
Recording of video and detection of Motion is available for any camera model.

Let us know if you have a camera that is not supported yet, or if you need any other additions to the app.

Your requests and feedback are welcome at support@dcomplex.com

What’s New

Version 10.33

Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

2.5 out of 5
140 Ratings

140 Ratings

F Bearden ,

Left for dead.

I currently have 28 ip cameras that I monitor from my macbook pro. I originally had the ipcamera viewer software but they quit upgrading it with new camera profiles so I had to get the ipcamera viewer 2 software because I got a newer camera and they only supported it on the ipcamera viewer 2 software. Now I have another newer camera and its not supported on this software but supposedley it is on the ipcamera recorder software so your telling me I have to buy yet another version of your software to monitor my cameras and pay an additional fee for each camera even though I do not want to record from them? No thanks. I will find another solution somewhere else. Also, why does this software put such a strain on my cpu? I can view twice as many cameras on my ipad at the same time with no problem yet looking at the same cameras from my mac book pro with intel i7 sends my cpu usage over %120? I have sent multiple questions to the developer asking if they will upgrade the software to support newer cameras but have not recieved a reply. The developers must have left this app for dead. No support, they dont return emails, and its beeen nearly a year since this app has had an update, its still at version 1.0!
I do not reccomend anybody to by this software or any software from this developer until they change the way they do business. Oh how I wish the developers of the live cams pro ios app would develop a mac app.

barein ,

App works but developer ignores problem report.

While this app appears to work fine it will flood your system log with thousands upon thousands of "CFNetwork internal error” messages. My attempts to get this resolved through the IP Camers Viewer 2 Support link on this have been ignored. If the app is left running it will eventually fill your boot partition and silently cause system wide problems. Do NOT pay this developer anything until they fix this fatal flaw. It does not matter what is causing theses messages. I do not need hundreds of thousands of them.

Brianbslp ,

Love this app on my iMac

I love to pull this app up when I'm on my iMac and see all my cameras. I have many different cameras like Foscam/D-link/Agasio which all work and the pan/tilt work with them too. However, I recently got a Tenvis 2013 and this camera caused a major issue with this software as it would continue to attempt to bring up an image and I would have to Force Quit the program. I contacted DComplex and they responded immediately with a recommendation and are attempting to fix this problem. Even with this minor issue for me I would purchase this application again and again.

The only other wish I might have is to be able to add some public WebCams like our local traffic cams. Maybe you can already do this I just haven't figured it out yet.

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