Ivideon provides business security camera software. Ivideon develops mobile, desktop and web applications for easy access to cameras and data on Android, iOS, Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. Ivideon comfortably supports both single and multiple locations and tracks what matters to users wherever they are.
Online Rate Plan For Home
Cloud 10 Pro
Cloud 30 Pro
Pros: This product works well, and they provide excellent customer service.
Cons: Seems as if there could be some issues with recordings.
Bottomline: Overall a good product.
Ivideon Key Information:
Costa Mesa, California
Number of Employees
Number of Customers
More than 2 million users
1 (888) 683-8950
3420 Bristol Street, Costa Mesa, CA
What is Ivideon's price range?
Ivideon will cost your business between $5.00 and $150.00 per month, depending on which plan you choose. iVideon's Online rate plan for home is free, which you can access if you run your business from home.
Is there an Ivideon free trial?
Ivideon offers a free plan, which is ideal for home businesses.
Where can I find the Ivideon login?
Visit https://www.ivideon.com and log in at the top right of the page.
What are some Ivideon alternatives?
- iSpy Connect.
- Camera Viewer Pro.
- Sentry Vision.
- Cam Wizard.
- Genius Vision NVR.
- NetCam Watcher.
- Sighthound Video.
iVideon News & Activity:
News or Activity
October 1, 2018
Ivideon is the leading cloud video surveillance service and has been gaining traction in the market lately. Their cameras and equipment are top notch, and so is their customer service. I personally oversaw the installation of the cameras in my dad’s office and installed the app on his phone. It has been almost eight months and the cameras and the app are working flawlessly. If you have already invested in the cameras, do yourself a favor and download this great app now.
My main issue is that the recordings on Ivideon sometimes freeze or jump, and it takes a while to connect to the live monitoring. I'm just concerned that if there were to be a break-in, I would only have jumpy, jerky clips of the intrusion. I will note that live viewing is generally smooth, with only occasional buffering, but the motion-triggered recordings often have random pauses or jumps in them.
So far compared to other VMS products, I'm liking Ivideon a lot. It is very basic though, so hopefully they keep enhancing the software.
Whether you're comfortable with Ivideon having your recordings on their servers, I don't know s—that's a personal risk you'll have to decide for yourself. It sits on your local network, calls out to the Ivideon servers and holds your data. Plenty of reviews of them online and using them for a year, I've never had reason to be concerned. It's effective, free and easy to setup and get going, but ultimately it's up to you if you want to introduce an unknown service into your network. You could always firewall it off and restrict access to just their IP ranges. I've done external port scans of my network from the internet and no suspicious ports or services have magically opened up, and the Ivideon service works just fine. But still, be wary of any service like this. It's free, it's not a huge brand and you are introducing it to your network.
Does anyone who uses Ivideon have an issue where they have 30 seconds missing at an interval? I really hate to have 30 seconds missing, as I have some cameras outside. Looking for a fix.