Melville, NY (Vocus) July 14, 2010
Think your iPhone has just about every capability it could possibly have? Think again. SpyTown.com, a security cameras and surveillance equipment supplier, has now granted iPhone, Android, and Blackberry phone users the power to monitor their security camera feeds directly from their phones.
Through the use of iPhone, Android, and Blackberry Compatible DVRs, or digital video recorders, cell phone users can access their security feeds via an easy-to-use graphic interface with a live view of exactly what their security cameras are seeing, in full color, and can cleanly tap into the DVR via a compatible smartphone. This breakthrough has risen security cameras to an entirely new level, putting the control back into the hands of home and business owners.
“We lead fast-paced lifestyles, and smartphones, like the iPhone, Google’s Android phones, and Blackberry have done a world of good in simplifying life’s little tasks. Being able to access your security feeds right from your phone adds a whole new dimension to keeping tabs on your home or business,” says Howard Geschwind, SpyTown.com Sales Director.
The iPhone, Android, and Blackberry compatible DVRs are available in 4, 8 or 16 channels, and allow for simultaneous record and playback functioning. Users can add an extra layer of security to their feeds with USB flash drive backup, as well as DVD-RW backup. The design of the DVRs echo the stylish look of the compatible cell phones, and the interface and external design are simplistic enough to be understood by both security camera beginners and experts.
SpyTown.com , online since 1999, is one of the largest security cameras and security surveillance systems retailers. Located in Melville, NY, the company prides itself on its in-depth expertise of thousands of security cameras, and is happy to help home owners, businesses, and agencies discover the security solutions to fit their needs. Enjoy free ground shipping on orders over $500 by using the coupon code “FREEGROUND” at checkout. Learn more about SpyTown by visiting the SpyTown Blog, SpyTown On Facebook, and following http://twitter.com/SpyTownSecurity.