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Do you want a secure home, These 5 apps will helps you to upgrade your home security to the next level

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The recent advancements in technology and smart devices have improved the way we maintain security and monitor our houses. Video surveillance systems and home automation systems that work intelligently with cloud based applications provide up to date information along with live feeds from installed cameras. All this information is not only relayed though servers and desktops but can also be monitored with feature rich mobile devices. You can find hundreds of IP cam apps in the android play store along with apps from home automation and surveillance organizations.

The best home security apps for Android will help you in monitoring your home and surroundings with ease. So if there is a thief luring around, you will have video evidence of that.

  1. Alfred

With over 8 million downloads, Alfred is without a doubt one of the fastest­-growing home security solutions on the market. Why spend big bucks on a home security system when you can get better features for free? If you want to introduce Alfred to your audience, we have made it easy by creating a press kit you can use.

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  1. WardenCam

WardenCam is another home security app for your old phones. It claims to work anywhere over 3G, 4G, and WiFi. Additionally, the app offers multi-camera setups, Google Drive and Dropbox support, motion detection and alerts, two-way audio support, and above average developer support. This one requires a single cost rather than a monthly subscription. That’s always preferable. The UI is decent and the app is rather simple to use

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  1. Nest

This app requires you to have Nest appliances installed in your home. The app basically is a first party controller for your thermostat and home condition scanner. I know this is not exactly home security, but the app does help you in maintaining a safe atmosphere at home.

If your house is filled with smoke or carbon monoxide, the app will notify you in a timely manner. You will also be able to receive important notifications about events and emergency alarms.

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  1. Frontpoint

Frontpoint has been a leading competitor in advanced security technology for years, so it’s no surprise their app is one of our favorites. In addition to its home automation capabilities and up-to-the-second notifications, it’s free and compatible with all devices — not just Google and Apple products

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  1. Presence

This is a seriously great app and one of the most innovative home security solutions around. You probably have a few old cell phones lying around the house, just sitting in drawers and picking up dust. What if you could place these around the home and use them as security cameras, all connected to an app – Presence – on your current phone? The result would be a system of cameras in your home, all of which can be moved when needed and added to every time you get a new cell phone! Every time any phone picks up movement, you’ll get a notification, allowing you to react to any possible intrusions quickly – especially if more than one cell phone picks up movement within a short space of time.

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