18) Private Eyes ($7.99):
What goes on at your home computer when youre not around? This app will discretely tell you.
19) Safe ($5.99):
Safe lets you protect any type of dataeven images, something you rarely seeusing 256-bit encryption.
20) Safe Wallet ($2.99):
Use this app to store any type of personal information, then synchronize and backup your data to your desktop computer.
21) Secure Web Browsing ($.99):
Surf the Web on your iPad and dont worry about leaving any history or cookies behind.
22) Secure Web Browsing Pro ($1.99):
Monitor your security cameras with this app, which supports pan, tilt, and zoom controls.
24) D-Link Cams ($4.99):
Monitor your home or businesss D-Link cameras, and save snapshots of crucial events.
25) External Camera Pro ($.99):
Use your iPad to view live video created remotely on an iPhone.
26) EyeSeeU ($4.99):
Use this app to monitor up to six security cameras at one time.
27) iCam ($4.99):
This popular security cam viewer will send you push notifications when it detects movement.
28) ICRSS ($29.99):
One of the best-rated security camera apps, this lets you access and control IC Realtime DVR cameras and IP cameras from your iPad.
29) IP Camera Viewer ($2.99):
This security camera viewer supports a wide variety of camera makers, and includes zoom, pan, and tilt commands.
30) Linksys Cams ($4.99):
You can view and control up to 100 Linksys cameras with this app. It also lets you save snapshots.
31) Live Cams HD ($1.99):
This full service app lets you control dozens of types of cams, and view over 3,000 public camera streams.
32) MobileCamViewer Enterprise ($349):
Use this pricey app to view six cameras at once. It also lets multiple viewers watch the same video stream.
33) Panasonic Cams ($4.99):
View video streams from Panasonic video cameras, then save snapshots.
34) ProCamPlus HD ($47.99):
This app lets you view an unlimited number of cams, and theres no account for you to set up.
35) Sony IP Cams ($4.99):
This app makes it fast and easy to control and view Sony networked cameras.
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