Alfred

Smart phone reinvented for a safer home

About Alfred

Home security cameras, surveillance cameras, baby monitors or pet cam shouldn’t cost us hundred bucks when all you need is Alfred.
Is it necessary to spend bucks on surveillance cameras? You have a better option, with Alfred! Turn your unused smartphones to surveillance cameras for free. Your smartphone is definitely more versatile and powerful than IP cameras in the market. If you are looking for a home security solution, baby monitor, pet monitor or an IP cam, stop searching now that you have Alfred.
Video surveillance has never been easier. Install Alfred the mobile app on two Android phones. One is your Camera at your designated location and take the other one with you as a Viewer. Log in with the same Google account, and that’s it! You are now connected to your loved ones via WiFi or 3G/4G from anywhere in the world. With Alfred’s motion detection feature, you are alerted with surveillance photos. Alfred keeps you informed at all times.


What’s so special about Alfred?
1. Alfred is friendly: Easy to use. No tutorial required at all.
2. Alfred supports multiple Viewers and multiple Cameras.
3. Alfred is always ready: Alfred minimizes the launch time. After you select your camera, you can see the secured location within 1-3 seconds even when you are using mobile connection.
4. Alfred is fast: With the tech, in less than a second, Alfred connects you and the secured location with the shortest latency and the highest interactivity.
5. Alfred is efficient: Depending on your network speed, Alfred adjusts video quality so you have clearer images and lag-free streaming.
6. Alfred is perceptive: Alfred offers free motion detection features. You get free photo messages from Alfred when motions are detected. Clicking on the message, you are directed to real-time surveillance of the specific location.
7. Alfred is deterrent: Two-way communication feature allows you to warn and deter unauthorized visitors.
8. Alfred is interactive: Sing to your baby or talk to your pets with the two-way communication feature.


Who’s Alfred?
1. Alfred is your baby cam. Alfred makes sure you are the first one to know if your baby is crying, sleeping or waking up. When your baby rolls over, Alfred sends you a motion detection message right away.
2. Alfred is your pet monitor. Alfred knows that they all look innocent but will help you identify who knocked over the trashcan. Interact with your pets with Alfred’s two-way communication features.
3. Alfred is your office surveillance camera. Manage your staff, visitor and assets with Alfred. Alfred secures your properties by sending you photo messages when motions are detected. Alfred is more responsive than other IP cameras.
4. Alfred is your nanny cam. Alfred makes it easier to manage your nanny or caretaker, and rest assured that your loved ones are in good hands.
5. Alfred is your home security system. Alfred guards your doors and garage to check if you have visitors, if your children have arrived home from school, if there is any suspicious people around, or if anyone left garbage at your doorstep. Alfred ensures that you are alerted when there is a break in or any suspicious activities.
6. Alfred is your spy cam. Alfred collects photo and footage evidence for you.


How can Alfred serve you?
1. Attach a fisheye lens to your smartphone for a wide-angle view.
2. Don’t worry about power cords and sockets. A mobile battery or a power bank for your phone can solve the problem. Locate your Camera phone wherever you prefer.
3. It is suggested to locate your phone closer to a WiFi station to ensure stable connection.
4. Press “Save Power” to keep your Camera phone connected for longer.
5. Where a tripod or a camera stand is not available, you can set up the Camera phone and target at your designated direction easily with a mug.
6. Any unused Android phone can work as your Camera phone, start watching over your location 24/7, and send you alerts if something comes up. tinyCam, dropCam and webcam.

12 comments on “About Alfred

  1. natasha
    August 29, 2015

    Hope to Use this to keep kids and are home safe

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    • Alfred
      September 18, 2015

      Hey Natasha, we hope you have been able to set up Alfred and make your own home security system!

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  2. jan
    September 12, 2015

    How can I remove recordings?

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    • Alfred
      September 18, 2015

      Hi Jan, please long press on the video until you see the trash can. Hope this helps!

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      • Big
        September 25, 2015

        i have removed them from the viewer using the long press, however, when open the web viewer the ones which i have deleted still show. How do we delete them permanently and from all viewers?

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      • Big
        September 25, 2015

        Also want to add awesome app. Love the features you all do great work. Please keep it free!

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  3. Kerrie
    September 26, 2015

    Hi. What is the percentage bar on the veiwing screen for?

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    • Alfred
      October 14, 2015

      Hi Kerrie, the percentage bar shows you how charged the battery is. If your camera phone is always plugged in, the level might not change at all. Hope this helps!

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  4. Buddy
    September 29, 2015

    How can I remove recordings from the website? No problem from my galaxy s5 viewer; but can’t figure it out for the website using the suggested mozilla firefox.(beta.my-alfred.com)

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    • Alfred
      October 14, 2015

      Hi Buddy, thanks for downloading Alfred and reaching out! Please try to long press on the recordings. A trash can should appear. We have had some bug reports when it comes to this, but it has been fixed. It should be A OK when the next update rolls out! Please stay tuned!

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  5. Jean
    December 1, 2015

    Hi Alfred, you seem to turn off when I leave the house and back on when I return. I would prefer to keep you on all the time, but I can’t find the setting that’s making this happen. Will you please help me?

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    • Jean
      December 4, 2015

      I think I figured out the problem! It appears that my workplace had the portal blocked that I needed for my viewer phone. Or maybe it is just a bad wifi connection. In any case, when I switched to cell data, I am able to see out my front window at home! So cool!

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