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*Smart Home Security Made Simple* Blink’s affordable smart home security camera systems help you monitor your home directly from your smartphone. With multi-system support and simple setup, you can easily control multiple Blink cameras within one single app! The Blink Home Monitor app will alert you to what matters, day or night, no matter where you are. Just Blink and you’re home. *Be there from anywhere with Blink smart home security * The new wireless smart home security cameras from Blink and Amazon go where wires can’t. Outdoor and Indoor and run for up to two years on the included single set of AA lithium batteries* to help protect what matters most for less. *Blink Outdoor*: weathers the storm so you don’t have to. Outdoor runs for up to two years* on a single set of AA batteries to help you protect your home inside and out — rain or shine — with features like two-way audio, motion detection, and more. Outdoor works with Alexa. *Blink Indoor*: is a wireless, battery-powered security camera that you can place anywhere inside your home. Features like two-way audio and night vision help you stay connected to what’s happening no matter where you are — day or night. Indoor works with Alexa. *Blink Mini*: is mighty — but tiny — which means you can plug it in anywhere inside your home. Starting at $34.99 Mini is a great first step towards keeping your home more secure. Hear, see, and speak right from the Blink Home Monitor app on your phone and get alerts whenever motion is detected. *Works with Alexa* Connect Blink Outdoor, Indoor, or Mini to select Alexa-enabled devices for voice commands at home. You can use your voice to stream live video, play recorded clips, arm and disarm your camera, be alerted to motion, and more. Go hands-free with Alexa! *Enhance Your Smart Home Security* Use the Blink Home Monitor app to check in on what’s happening at home from anywhere at any time. The app connects your home to your phone in HD video so you can see and protect what matters most. With multi-system support, you can use Blink to watch your home, vacation home, or business all at the same time. By using this app, you agree to Amazon’s Conditions of Use (www.amazon.com/conditionsofuse) and Privacy Notice (blinkforhome.com/privacy-policy).
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I finally bought a Blink camera due to the fact that it is completely wireless. The camera is good but the app could use more revamp and features. Maybe have an individual arm setting for each camera rather than the whole system. Users should have the ability to share access of a specific camera to families in the home, to enable them to see the feed as well rather than sharing my account for them to have access. Wyze is able to offer these features and they are even cheaper at cost and have a better camera resolution. I only opted for Blink because of its wire-free configuration. Another feature to suggest is the ability to add an SD card so all videos are recorded locally instead of the cloud, with continuous recording option. If only Wyze has a wire-free camera I would have them still for my front door location. Although most of my camera’s are still Wyze except for my front door where I can’t run a power cord to the camera. Hopefully Blink will reinvent their features and app.
I’ve had the blink system for about a year. I’ve been happy with the video quality, and the ease of use. The app is easy to quickly use, and the cameras have survived outside in the elements for a year. Claims of a 2 year battery life seem exaggerated at best, however. The o YL way you’re getting 2 years of battery life is if you have your cameras basically disarmed for a majority of the hours in the day, which kind of defeats the purpose of a security camera system. But I bought it expecting that, and I am not disappointed. Batteries last about 6 months, give or take. Would I like 2 years between battery changes? Of course, but six months is still impressive. As for the app; it’s good! My one request would be that they move the ability to schedule arm and disarm times for each individual camera, rather than the system as a whole. I have cameras in front of my house, and one in my backyard. When my kids are playing out back they’re constantly triggering the backyard camera, which drives the battery life into the ground. I’d like to be able to disarm that one at a scheduled time, while leaving the front cameras armed. I know I could do it manually, but that sort of defeats the purpose. I’d be willing to give the app 5 stars if that feature was added.
Purchased system while awaiting back surgery. Can quickly look outside and see what’s going on. Has limited written instructions but the videos and pictures paint a clear picture. It takes no time at all to set this up with the app. Battery life has been great. Keep in mind that when you increase the camera settings, (image quality, duration of recording, etc) of course the batteries are not going to last two years. Come on folks, don’t give negative feedback because of that! Plus the app monitors battery life, and wireless signal strengths. It will also tell you when a camera has high use and alerts you if the battery is low. I will say, the night vision is amazing! I am really impressed of how bright the image is. The camera sensitivity was set to 6 and it was picking up birds flying by. Adjusted it to 5 and it doesn’t, catch them anymore. The mount that came with it are simple. You can tilt up/down and swivel it left and right. The phone notifications of movement is very timely and the camera settings in the app are great. Setting up the cameras are easy and is not rocket science. I have two cameras now and plan to install more in the future.
Let me start off by saying that I like the system and it works. It has some issues however and here’s why it’s not 5 stars: 1) intermittent sensitivity. The camera on the front of my house will often capture a car driving down the street, but not always the mailman or UPS driver walking up to my door (which is closer to the camera than the street). I don’t understand this, and more importantly it’s not serving it’s purpose if it doesn’t capture people walking up to my house. 2) Notifications are almost non existent. Sometimes I’ll get a notification on my lock screen, sometimes I won’t. There is never a notification on the app icon, not until I open the app and then exit, at which point the number of notifications shows up on the icon. This is annoying, as I’d like that reminder so I know to review my alerts. The biggest selling point of this system for me is the fact that no subscription is required. However, I don’t know if that trade off is worth it if it isn’t going to capture everything it should, or notify me when there is activity.
This last update kinda screwed up playback. The player controls (Previous Pause Next) and the slider used to be below the video being played back. The slider was easy to get to and using the playback controls didn’t interfere with playback. Update put the controls in the middle of the video. When you tap to access the controls it’s darkens the video being played back. I like to use the slider and search through the video for anything relevant vs watching the whole clip at real speed. But the slider thing is super hard to slide now...it’s small until you tap on it then you can kinda grab it. What happens EVERY bloody time I try to grab the slider - I end up sliding the whole screen to the right because the phone thinks I’m using the back gesture. So searching through the video is a pain now. Please go back to the previous controls that are easy to use and doesn’t darken the video. I really don’t get who at Blink thought it was a good idea or somehow helpful to darken the video playback when trying to search through the video that is now darker. So yea, that’s why I only gave this app/system 2 stars. I’ll update this if the next update corrects these issues.
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Last update was at Sep 06, 2021and the current version is 6.2.13.
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