uCamPro allows you to monitor multiple live video and audio feeds directly from network cameras (1000+ models of network cameras from over 100+ manufacturers) and built-in/FireWire/USB webcams with top notch performance and speed.

The app is a universal app which works on your Android phone and tablet – Only requires one time purchase.

The most spectacular cutting edge technique of this application is the open architecture client which enables the software to dynamically update on demand, without requiring modification of the source code update process. What that means is that we can easily & quickly support most of the models if the cams meet our functional requirements right after some tests. New models are able to be added online right after tapping a “reload” button.

Another differentiating feature is the in-app audio, face and motion detection function automatically save images on your gallery or share via email, Facebook and/or Twitter.

Main Features

  • Unlimited number of cameras can be configured

  • Direct access to audio and video streams from cameras. No NVR or 3rd party server is required

  • Monitor multiple branded cameras and webcams separately located in a single app for easy access

  • Audio support - Axis, Agasio, Airsight, Apexis, Coolcam, Dlink, EasyN, Foscam, Heden, Hootoo, Instar, IPUX, Konig, Loftek, Maginon, Panasonic, Smarthome, Tenvis, Trendnet, Vstarcam, Wansview, WatchMeIp, Xenta, 7Links (not manufacturers’ entire line of models, refer to detail lists)

  • 2 Way audio with Push To Talk
  • Automatically capture images by in-app noise and motion/face detection

  • Monitor movements with real time audio graph

  • Audio backgrounding - read emails, browse the web, and even send SMS while the app is running in the background with live feed of the audio graph

  • Auto sequence monitoring for automatic cameras switching - selectable an interval between views of either 5, 10, or 15 seconds

  • Pinch to digitally zoom for any part of the display screen that the user desires

  • Optical zooming option if the user's camera has the optics lens

  • Pan and Tilt controls with overlay buttons (max 8 directions)

  • Presets at its original center location and predefined up to 8 spots

  • Auto patrol to preset positions according to the preset number and time interval
  • Switch IR-LED illumination for night vision on/off

  • Activate or deactivate output port for connecting external devices

  • Set the resolution of video image (if applicable)

  • Quickly and easily add new models with reload button

  • Friendly navigate cameras with the variety of portrait and landscape modes

  • For smooth and easy access to many featured functions, you can swiftly navigate through the control panels underneath the camera feed. (Slide horizontally where the audio graph is displayed)

  • Resolution control (QVGA, VGA, SVGA)

  • Enable or disable Upside down, Mirror, Invert Pan Tilt

  • Passcode protect the app on your device

  • Enable or disable Screen Timeout

  • Enable or disable camera on the list
  • Long press the camera name to clone
  • Reorder camera list
  • Quickly and easily add new models with reload button

  • Exchange setup file between the devices (export/import)

  • Enables setup without username and password for a public camera anywhere in the world

  • Compatible with Dynamic DNS services

  • Take snapshots or share via email, Facebook and/or Twitter

    In App Billing Features for Multi-Views

  • Easily view multiple feeds simultaneously on a screen with layout controls (2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9 views)

  • Auto sequence multiviews on one screen
  • Live single audio and max 9 video feeds on one screen

  • Swipe back and forth between multiple cameras screens

  • Last layout are automatically saved


You need to make a note as follows:

  • Not every feature will works with each model and audio quality can differ between models

  • Before you can control your camera(s) remotely over 3G/4G/Edge/other Wi-Fi networks, you need to setup your router to allow incoming traffic. For security reasons, routers don't normally allow external traffic into your home/office network. You should read your camera’s setup manual regarding port forwarding
  • Some ISPs can block incoming connections to well known ports (80 and 8080 for HTTP, 20 and 21 for FTP, 25 for SMTP, 110 for POP3). If that is the case, you need to forward a non blocked port number in the router and map it into the camera port number
  • The quality of video display(s) shown on your device may vary according to your device performance, the quality of the camera(s), and the data received from them
  • The response time of PTZ control and multiple cameras view depends on the network and/or your device itself and/or camera capability which may cause a little bit of delay in feedback
  • Simultaneously continuous audio listening while event detect is enabled may cause increased audio delays