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ImageSpy 2.0.5

ImageSpy enables any Series 60 device to observe its surroundings.


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Total downloads: 949
  • Last Updated: Nov 18, 2009
  • License: Shareware $19.45
  • OS: Not Application
  • Requirements: Symbian

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For ImageSpy 2.0.5Publisher's description


ImageSpy is a Internet software developed by Digia Plc. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for ImageSpy:

BS Editor: ImageSpy enables any Series 60 device to observe its surroundings and raise an alarm when it detects a motion. The raised alarm type can be pre-defined as audio, silent, message (MMS/SMS) or a phone call.

ImageSpy can be set to continuously monitor its target, and record and report all activities over a longer period of time. ImageSpy is a market proven and fully tested solution both for handset manufacturers to enrich their Series 60 phone with additional functionality and service providers to provide ARPU generating applications.

When the motion is detected the application can:

1) save the image and
2) send the image as a MMS, or
3) initiate a phone call, or
4) send an SMS, or
5) play a selected sound file

ImageSpy is an innovative application for camera and MMS enabled Nokia 7650/3650 devices. Now the camera can be set to monitor its neighbourhood and raise an alarm when motion is detected. The alarm can be silent, when picture is taken, message (MMS/SMS) is sent or call initiated to predefined address. The alarm can also be set to play user selected sound files. Repeated alarms and delays before and after alarm are supported, so the application can Survey its target by recording and reporting any new motion detected for longer period
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Please be aware that Brothersoft do not supply any crack, patches, serial numbers or keygen for ImageSpy,and please consult directly with program authors for any problem with ImageSpy.