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Away from home and missing your sweet pet? You can easily track both your lovely pet and home using a webcam. Well, I'm not suggesting you to buy an expensive webcam. All I'm saying is use your iPhone as a webcam with these top class apps!

Keep track of multiple live video and audio feeds. Easily adjust the resolution of the videos. Even better, get alerts for face detection and audio. Let's dive right in to discover what's more these best iPhone webcam apps can do!

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Best Apps to Use iPhone As a Webcam

Best iPhone Apps to Use Your iPhone as a Webcam

#1. iCam

iCam iPhone and iPad App IconIf you want to stream multiple live videos instantly on your iPhone, iCam is the app you must install. iCam has a special feature of recording and playing back the motion events. You can also receive the notifications when the iCam detects anything.

To use this app, you will have to download iCamSource software from http://skjm.com/icam or buy its mobile app. With the support for iCam cloud, all the iCamSource motion events are automatically backed up to cloud as soon as they are recorded. The camera quality is amazing, which is the most important aspect to consider.

Price: $4.99
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#2. IP Cam

IP Cam iPhone and iPad App IconIP Cam can capture everything you want to. You can capture the computer videos via Wi-Fi on your iPhone pretty easily. It is also possible to record the videos with the help of this app.

IP Cam is compatible with MJPEG streaming as well. There is also an option to reduce or increase the brightness, contrast, saturation, etc. so that the recording goes smooth. The grayscale and night vision mode provide the essential protection to your eyes in the night.

Price: $1.99
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#3. Air Cam Live Video

Air Cam Live Video iPhone and iPad App IconIf you want to view live video feed from your computer's external or internal webcam, Air Cam Live Video is your way to go! You can easily set up a webcam in your office and remotely monitor people and their activity right from your iOS device.

Once paired with an external webcam, the app can also work as a very handy home surveillance system. There is also an option to set up motion detection to automatically trigger video recording. You can control volume, frame rate right from your iPhone. What’s more, it supports both Mac and Windows.

Price: $7.99
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#4. WebCamera

WebCamera iPhone and iPad App IconWebCamera by Shape is a very popular and powerful iPhone webcam app. This app is one of the few extremely professional apps for the iPhone that takes the business of turning your iPhone into a webcam very seriously.

The video quality, modes, latency are all really good. It is able to capture videos in three different resolutions like 192×144, 480×360, and 640х480. Apart from being compatible with various messaging apps, it works with video production software such as Boinx TV, CamTwist, and Camtasia. Ultimately, it's worth every penny you spend on it.

Price: $4.99
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#5. PocketCam by Senstic

PocketCam iPhone and iPad App IconPocketCam is a nifty tool that does pretty much what every other app on this list does. What I like about it is that it effortlessly transforms your iOS device into a wireless webcam for your Mac or Windows PC.

It's quite easy to set up and works perfectly. The easy-to-use features coupled with the great video quality makes this app a real deal. Even better, the app supports audio, FaceTime, and even iMessage.

Price: $4.99
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#6. iVCam

iVCam iPhone and iPad App IconiVCam delivers high definition videos with low latency. What I like about it a lot is that it supports common video sizes as well 080p, 720p, 480p, 360p. Depending on your need, you have the option to configure the video/audio quality and frame rate. It also supports both landscape and portrait modes. More importantly, it has the support for face beautify, video flip/mirror, flash, etc.

Price: Free
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#7. Instant Webcam

Instant Webcam iPhone and iPad App IconInstant Webcam is fully equipped to stream full-screen videos and audio to several devices in the same Wi-Fi network. What makes it stand out is the sub 100-millisecond latency, 30 FPS video as well as CD quality AAC audio. It also allows you to choose a video resolution.

Based on your need, you can use the front or rear camera to shoot high-quality videos. You will record and download MPG videos in the browser itself. Better still, the app works with a number of web browsers like Safari, Chrome, Firefox, etc.

Price: $1.99
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Wrapping Up

Which app have you selected to transform your iPhone into a webcam? I would be really glad to know your pick.

There are two important features that I like in all these apps—high-quality videos and the option to monitor video feeds effortlessly. Besides, they are very easy-to-use.

You would want to have a go at:

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  • Yay!

    I found a free app for using an iphone as a webcam. It’s manycam. Get the free app for your PC and phone then connect them. :D You can most likely google it and get more details.

    • FirstSpear

      Manycam. Tried it. It wanted a code, but no information as to what that code was or where to get/find it. Useless.

      • mattman00000

        I’ve gotten a lot of benefit from manycam but didn’t know there were phone apps to go with it. I’ll give it a try and report back.

  • Burned

    I think there is a mini industry of people recommending EpocCam and sharing the $3.99 app (sucker) fee when it doesn’t work again for the umpteenth time.

  • Mike Ory

    Has anyone had success getting ANY of these to work with OSX Yosemite? I tried EpoCam and iWebCamera and neither can connect between the Mac and the iPhone. I assume it’s because the drivers don’t support Yosemite.

    • drh2611

      download the drivers, its brilliant worked instantly for me.. so good i paid for the hd version was was £4 i think approx.

  • Me

    I’ve been trying to use Epoccam… seems it doesn’t work with Skype. It has been freezing when connecting to my phone. just posted a comment to see if you know anything about this issue.

    • Kawan Pacote

      The epoccam app works fine for me but a few minutes later just stoped and i dunno why ;

      • Doug

        Try changing iOS settings to not lock (sleep). I had the same issue, but this worked for me.