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BerryCam | Control a Raspberry Pi camera from your iOS device

By James Moore

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* This app requires a Raspberry Pi with installed Camera Module to work *

Use your iOS device to control the Raspberry Pi camera module. Control exposure modes, special effects for still images with the simple interface - no need to learn complex SSH commands.

Quickly and easily preview your images on the iOS device and save to your camera roll. The same images are also saved to your Raspberry Pi.

A great way to experiment with the possibilities of the Raspberry Pi camera.

What's New in Version 1.4

Maintenance Update for iOS 8

- Fixes to menu dialogs for Settings and FX for both iPad and iPhone
- New Reset App feature to remove any settings that affect connection with the Raspberry Pi
- Some small fixes to the UI

An all-new version coming soon with some great new features.


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Customer Reviews

Very good app for remote controlled cameras

One of the problems with a remote controlled PiCam is testing the exposure options and pointing the camera precisely such as when using the PiCam for Astrophotography. By accident I found the BerryCam app and loaded it to the iPad air2 with IOS9.2 and to the /home/Pi on the Raspberry Pi model B running the May 2015 version of rasbian wheezy. I suggest making a shell to contain the long URL pointing to the startup. Once loaded set the Pi IP address into the iPad App, push the bottom center button and in seconds activity begins. I had a separate PC connected via putty.exe and could monitor /home/Pi activity, kinda neat. Also I forgot I was running 'motion' software and crontab with 2 raspistill scripts all at the same time, no crashes, 5 stars ! ! ! ! Can't wait to see future enhancements. I suggest making the IP entry a list of IP entries for those of us who use multiple PiCams at the same time and someday live video streaming.

Great app for remote viewing

I setup VPN on my router and there you go I have a great remote viewing app for my Pi cam. I wish if there was a full screen mode available, but no complaints

Works perfectly!

Thank you for making this app - this works great and easy to set up if you already work with a Ras Pi. But also a great app to learn with if you haven’t!

BerryCam | Control a Raspberry Pi camera from your iOS device
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Utilities
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.4
  • Size: 1.4 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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