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D-Link Security Camera Now Available For Android

The D-Link security camera that started life with Apple has now extended to an Android system.

Back at CES in 2017 D-Link revealed for the first time their stylish new Omna 180 HD camera. Which allows remote life streaming, pinch to zoom capabilities, and allows users to zoom in and out of areas using their Android Smartphone.

Users can also enable and disable a night vision feature on this camera. Graeme Reardon, D-Link ANZ MD expressed how attractive this will be for users using any viable smartphone or Tablet.

“The Omna app’s new features and enhancements now allow Android users the same full functionality as iOS users which in turn makes Omna an even more attractive product to anyone using a smartphone or tablet.”

“The D-Link Omna 180 Cam HD delivers robust features for peace of mind while away from home – including two-way audio and a wide-angle lens for wall-to-wall coverage in crisp 1080p Full HD. Unlike most competing solutions, users can also view locally saved videos clips via the microSD card slot for affordable surveillance with no monthly fees.”

“The first camera to work with Apple’s smart home platform – HomeKit – the Omna 180 Cam HD launched earlier this year, receiving positive attention and customer feedback. Underscoring its commitment to a connected home experience, D-Link leveraged this customer feedback to build on the Omna user experience. With both Android and iOS support, the Omna app provides accessible remote viewing for all users wanting to monitor their homes.”

The Omna app is available now as a free download from the Google Play store for Android devices. The app is also available at the Apple App store for iPhones and iPads as well.

It is available for purchase at all leading retailers costing $249.95AUD and $299.99NZ.

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