iSentry Reviews, Pricing, News, and Ratings

Learn about iSentry's web cam security system for small businesses. Includes info on iSentry, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on April 2nd, 2019

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iSentry is a webcam security system for Apple Macs. Features include motion sensor, quality configuration, sound, email notifications, and alerts. Businesses use iSentry to monitor and protect employees, premises and assets.

iSentry Pricing:

iSentry is free on Apple's App Store, but the iSentry Pro costs $29.99.

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iSentry Review:

Pros: Motion detection very sensitive. Easy setup.

Cons: Bad video quality. Audio and video out of sync.

Bottomline: iSentry's free version is a good place to start. It is of relatively good quality, easy to use, easy to setup, and performs well.

iSentry News & Activity:

There is no recent iSentry news or activity to report at this time.

iSentry Key Information:

Company

Codeminders

Co-founders

Alexander Sova and Vadim Zaliva

Founded

2004

Headquarters

Saratoga, California, US

CEO

Alexander Sova

Number of Employees

100+

Phone

1 (650) 260-5438

Address

14500 Big Basin Way, suite G, Saratoga, CA 95070, US

Website

www.codeminders.com/isentry/

iSentry FAQs:

Is there a iSentry free trial?

iSentry offers a free version of their web cam security system for download on the Mac App Store.

Where can I find the iSentry login?

iSentry does not have "login" facilities at this time.

What are some iSentry alternatives?

iSentry Reviews:

Source

Review

cregox - Macupdate.com

Overall, a better detection setting interface and a much higher video quality is all I need to give this 5 stars.

Cherry - appPicker

It is easy to use and requires simple setup. It transforms your Mac into a fully functional security system.

keplerdog - macgenius.com

iSentry Pro is a rip off. The free version tricks you into purchasing the Pro version and is so buggy that it slows and freezes my Mac at random, typically requiring a restart.