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RoboNanny 1.00

RoboNanny is a home security monitoring tool.


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  • Last Updated: Apr 6, 2008
  • License: Shareware $49
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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RoboNanny is a Security software developed by KMiNT21 Software. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for RoboNanny:

RoboNanny is a home security monitoring tool. It monitors sound level in your room via your computer Microphone, broadcasts audio from the microphone over the network, and records surrounding audio, and fires sound alarms. While connected to the Internet (even a 28.8 modem will do, but DSL or Cable is certainly better), RoboNanny can continuously broadcast your room's sounds.
You can listen to what's happening in your home by simply connecting to your home IP with Windows Media Player. If configured, RoboNanny can save all sounds louder than a user-defined threshold level to super-small WMA files to the hard drive. An hour of audio takes less than four megabytes of space.
RoboNanny records to super-Compact WMA files.
RoboNanny 1 GB on your hard disk can HOLD more than 16 hours of recorded sound.
RoboNanny voice activated recording starts automatically if noise level becomes higher than a user-defined threshold.
RoboNanny optionally broadcasts all audio to the Internet, in Windows Media Player compatible format (no need to install additional software to listen to what's happening in your room).
RoboNanny internet broadcasting takes 8 kbit/s only, allowing to use it even with a slowest modem connections.
RoboNanny logs the number of alerts.
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