Oct 19 2011
Hot on the heels of initial version of Surveillance app named AirBeam, developer Heiko Straulino has been busy improvising it and the newest update, released over the weekend, now let’s users stream and record audio as well, and adds an audio detection feature similar in function to motion detection.
The latest update allows user to record both video and audio over a local wifi network, or over the web, to another iDevice running AirBeam or to the free Mac AirBeam app. The audio detection feature will trigger recording or alarms if it’s tripped.
The update also adds chunk of other improvements, like the ability to remotely switch the iPhone 4/4S’s flashlight on, the ability to transfer recordings to the monitoring device and the ability to use audio recording in stealth mode, with the iPhone locked.