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Description

Designed to work with the LINK series cellular trail cameras, the SPYPOINT app allows you to receive photos from your camera directly to your smartphone or tablet. You can activate your new camera, view your photos, manage and monitor your trail camera from anywhere. Includes BUCK TRACKER species recognition technology that allows for quick sorting and filtering of all your photos. The app provides a simple and easy way to:

* See and store your trail camera photos
* Check signal strength, battery level and SD card storage space
* Manage multiple cameras and change their settings
* Choose and modify your photo transmission plan
* Set and control notifications
* View and track weather conditions at the location of the camera
* And much more

What’s New

Version 3.0.16

Version 3.0.16 contains minor bug fixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
4.1K Ratings

4.1K Ratings

Escojen77 ,

Not the perfect cellular camera, but pretty darn good

The camera isn’t perfect, but it does what’s advertised. It’s virtually a maintenance free camera in regards to battery life. What more can you ask for with a cellular camera. I do wish it had the option to send pics on demand, but every 2 hours isn’t bad. The transmitted pics are good, not great. More than good enough to get a good look a what’s been coming around. The pictures off the sd card are extremely good. You should be using class 10 card high speed card. My signal was 1-2 bars so installed an external antenna and now never below 3 bars. The camera won’t operate at it fullest capacity unless the signal is at least 3 bars. Remember that the camera is NOT associated with your own cell phone carrier. It’s all thru SPYPOINT. It’s very important to check what cell carrier has the best reception at your particular place. I added antenna to my at&t camera and my buddy gets a constant 4-5 bars with Verizon version and is about 1/4 mile from me. The only issue I have with the app is that most of the time I can’t check internal battery percentage. I have to keep pressing internal battery tab and it will just randomly pop up sometimes. Other than that, it’s a great camera.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your feedback. Glad to hear that you are making good use of your SPYPOINT product!

RickJ506 ,

Nice concept, but disappointing performance

This Link-Micro was my first trail cam and purchased primarily to capture pics of vehicles, including rear license plates, which enter/exit our 500 ft long driveway. Getting pics of wildlife is nice, also. Camera operation and iPhone app setup were relatively simple, although did need to format SD card in computer. Camera ate up 8 alkaline batteries in less than one month and 350 pictures. Switched to lithium and those are still showing 100% charge after 3 weeks and 200+ pictures. Tried several different camera settings and locations, but found it’s hit or miss to capture good picture of the rear of a vehicle. Have it set up to take 2 “instant” photos of every detection, but shutter speed is such that it usually only captures a vehicle or wildlife in only one picture and sometimes misses entirely. It rarely captures the rear of our vehicles with normal use of our driveway, so it’s doubtful we would catch a good shot of a potential intruder vehicle. If it does capture rear of vehicle, must take SD card out of camera to view picture on computer to have a chance of reading license plate. Might be able to make out make, model and color of vehicle, if daylight picture. An annoyance is failure of iPhone Spypoint app to remember login credentials, in spite of checking “Remember Me” box. Also, initial screen usually appears each time, in spite of checking box for “Do Not Show Again.”

mgbowhunt ,

Worst customer service ever

I purchased and have had in the field since April 2019 a Dark Link camera. My camera quit transmitting pictures with all indicators on the camera showing a strong signal and battery strength. After 2 weeks and several phone calls the Customer Service had me do a hard reset and reinstall the camera to the website app. My Premium service plan was deleted and had to be reset up after another Trail period. SPYPOINT assured me that the first account was deleted and I would not be billed for the next month service. Guess what I was billed for the “deleted” account. Several more phone calls/emails, submission of my bank transaction and I was refund. Part 2 set up the account a second time every thing was working fine till the end of July when I started to get completely washed out over exposed daylight pictures. I used the text feature in the app and I would wait most times a day for a response. I would answer and wait. I finally kept manipulating the settings of the camera through the app and the daylight pictures started working. A few days later the night mode pictures went dark showing a full screen black image. Through all this I have given up on customer support help. They are untimely and do not seem to know the product very well. I Use the cuddelink system also and have had no issues running 4 cameras. I bought SPYPOINT because of the app & the camera so I am hoping that I can get it straightened out

Information

Seller
9138-4529 Quebec Inc.
Size
88.7 MB
Category
Sports
Compatibility

Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English, Czech, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Polish, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish

Age Rating
17+
Unrestricted Web Access
Copyright
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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