甫强 王

Designed for iPhone

    • 1.9 • 15 Ratings
    • Free

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WILDLIFE CAM is a new trail camera APP. The APP solves the complex connection problem for user and makes it more easy and simple. More details of features as following:

1. Users can view and control the camera through the APP

2. Support picture and video online preview

3. Support multi langauge such as Engligh, German, French, Italy, Spanish etc.

4. Setup or modify the camera parameters

5. Check battery level and SD card capacity.

6. Support the new dual lens camera

7. Suppor the new series of solar-powered trail camera to check the solar charging status.

What’s New

Version 1.0.2

- fix the some bugs from feedback

Ratings and Reviews

1.9 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

RazukiBob ,

Maui Bob

I have tried several times to hook up the camera to my iPhone. The camera says it’s connected the phone has the two green lights saying it’s connected to Bluetooth and Wi-Fi but just a blank screen on my phone. Then I get an error message every time.
no pictures or live feed. I’m going to return this unless you have a solution to my problem.

JimMTRS71 ,

A more positive review

I have purchased two wifi trail cams, one a single lens cam and the other a two lens cam. Both connect to my iPhones and iPad through this app. At first there is a little learning curve with it. The app connects to the camera via bluetooth which in turn turns the camera’s wifi connection on. One then connects the mobile device to the wifi access point being broadcast by the cam. Yes, the downloads to the mobile can take a while. You can speed this up by having the cam save lower resolution pics and videos. (Do you really need 48 mp pics?). Although the user interface isn’t terribly intuitive, you figure it out after a couple uses. There is a switch at the bottom to toggle between photo/ video. Select and download the pics/videos you want and they are in the Local Album accessed from the Main Screen of the app. They are also accessible in a local folder titled Wildlife Cam in the Photos App on my iDevices. This is where I usually view and manage them.

What do I like most about this setup? I like the fact that I do not have to remove the sd card from the camera. Have you ever dropped a micro sd card in the leaves in the woods and then tried to find it? I have spent much more time searching in the leaves than I have waiting for the wifi camera downloads!

Grisuusa ,

Not bad, but could be better

I agree with the other comments. Buffering is bad. 20 second videos buffer almost every 3 seconds of the video, so you spend more time watching the wheel spin than watching the video. Downloaded images only seem to show up while connected to the camera, so what’s the point of downloading? Maybe that stops the buffering? I don’t know because I decided it was easier to pull the memory card to download videos that I want to keep.

Importing images onto Apple devices by pulling the memory card required me to rename the picture folder. I borrowed the example from my DSLR and named it 100CANON, otherwise the import option isn’t available. I am uncertain if this is a problem with this app or the Apple photo app, but thought I should post the solution.

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