Drip is an Apple Watch App That Lets You Send Live Still Images to Your Wrist

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  1. dgstorm

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    The makers of Dropcam have created the world's first app that lets you send live still-shot pics to your Apple Watch. The app is called Drip, and it is designed to work with your Dropcam cameras that you might be using as security and surveillance at some remote location.

    Of course, the software included with Dropcam already lets you send a streaming video feed to an iPad or iPhone, but there is a caveat for the Drip app on the Apple Watch. The developers said, “while it doesn’t show live video, it shows a new live image from a selected camera every 3 seconds,” which is still very impressive for an Apple Watch app!

    The Drip app is currently $3.99 on iTunes, which is 20% off its regular price. Here's a link to check it out: Drip for Dropcam on the App Store on iTunes
     
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    Wow, that is awesome. Might have to get one just for that so I can keep an eye on my dog!
     
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    Same here! I'm going to look them up right now.
     
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    Kevin Lynch demo'd something like this in the March Apple Watch presentation. He was using an alarm company app to open his garage door remotely. His watch was receiving video from a camera in his garage showing the door opening.
     
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    We have barely scratched the potential in wearable devices it seems.
     
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