This app can be used to control hardware to take photo and record video by via wifi protocol, at the same time, it can also switch resolution to save photo and video .
Added request for wireless network permissions for iOS12 system
Ratings and Reviews
Honestly, just a little blurb that pops up when you launch the app would do wonders. I think many of the negative reviews they just didn’t know how to make it work. Anyone reading through reviews who doesn’t know how to get this going - you need to turn on the microscope to get the blue light flashing, then go to settings, wi-if on your phone and join the network being emitted by the microscope. On mine the WiFi network was called max-see 5000. Once your phone is on the microscope’s WiFi, go back to the app and there’s your image! There is some lag but some of the images I captured were so super cool! It’s really a great gizmo and app.
Major bug fix needed
Signal isn’t stable between phone and “Max See” skips once movement has stopped or when focus point is reached. Essentially you can’t get a perfectly clear image outta scope. Works well for magnification but until clear image can be formed without error in connection and a smooth stream for video imaging this is useless. I’ll update my rating if these errors are fixed until then I’m gonna look for another company that uses a stable app or program.
Hangs every few minutes
Typically will hang is less than a minute or maybe two minutes. Once it is frozen, you have to turn it off, then back on, one or more times to get it to unfreeze.
A private WiFi network connection is very inconvenient. Means you cannot connect to the internet while you are using the microscope. A Bluetooth connection would be more convenient.
- xi liu
- 15.5 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.