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Manything has your home-security needs covered (pictures)

The Manything app can convert your existing Apple products into DIY security cameras for free.

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Manything is a free iOS app that can turn your spare iPhone, iPod, or iPad into a security camera.

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To get started, download the app, register, and log in.

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Then, select "Record using this device" or "View my cameras."

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Use your on-the-go iOS device to view live footage and saved clips.

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And let the other iOS device focus on an area you'd like to monitor.

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You can adjust the sensitivity of the motion sensor, enable push notifications and email alerts, and use the flashlight feature for "low light mode."

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Manything saves clips remotely on the Cloud server.

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It is unveiling three Cloud storage options soon.

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The first is a free 12-hour Cloud storage option.

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Then, you also have two paid options: $5/month for 7 days or $15/month for 30 days.

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Manything also has its own IFTTT channel for advanced home security and automation recipes.

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You can adjust the frequency of your push notifications.

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Scroll through saved clips to view motion activity.

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You can set up any number of cameras and remote viewing devices with Manything.

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