Gotya is for consumers who want a do-it-yourself way to detect and capture motion at places of interest such as their home, and get immediate alerts so they can protect themselves and their property, or just satisfy their curiosity.
Saratoga, CA (PRWEB) August 28, 2013
MobiAppLines LLC announces the immediate availability of Gotya, a new motion detection and photo surveillance mobile app and cloud service for Windows Phone and Symbian that enables consumers to set up their own personal and private photo-surveillance systems.
Gotya works perfectly with smartphone cameras that consumers may no longer be using on a regular basis, giving new life to older but still useful devices. Consumers using Gotya can save hundreds of dollars on surveillance equipment and avoid multi-year, costly commitments that come with traditional solutions.
Gotya uses smartphones (Windows Phone and Symbian) as motion detection cameras connected to a cloud service with a Windows Phone and Web-based camera remote controller, enabling consumers wherever they are to take instant snapshots, get audio, picture, and email alerts, and auto-upload pictures to the cloud when motion is detected from up to four cameras at once.
The Gotya app for Symbian turns an estimated 200 million S60 5.0 and Symbian^3 devices into smart motion detection cameras for a wide range of photo surveillance uses, including home, business, and remote property monitoring. The Gotya app for Windows Phone (WP) 7 and 8 includes the motion detection camera plus the camera remote controller. Symbian and WP cameras can be controlled from WP7, WP8, and the Web.
Gotya costs a fraction of conventional photo and video surveillance solutions, is ad-free, and is a private service that doesn’t share, rent or sell users account information, pictures or metadata. Only an email address is required to create a Gotya cloud service account.
Gotya for Symbian and Windows Phone is priced at an introductory $1.99 for a limited time and can be installed on multiple devices under the same Microsoft or Nokia ID, further reducing the per camera cost. The optional Gotya cloud service is available for free for 60 days. Ongoing subscriptions are available for as little as $1/month.