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If so, how? Could it be implemented via a USB, Bluetooth or Wi-Fi connection?

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IP Webcam (Turns your phone into a network camera with multiple viewing options.)

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EDIT: fixed link

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    Linkrot happens. If you're going to reference a link, please quote the meat of the contents. If that site goes down this question becomes completely useless. – ale Oct 28 '10 at 13:07
  • Okay, well, now, this is just a duplicate of another answer. (Yes, I can see that this predates the other.) – ale Oct 28 '10 at 13:36
  • It worked as a regular webcam when used in conjunction with this software ip-webcam.appspot.com – Jader Dias May 30 '11 at 1:00
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Droidcam is supposed to do it over wifi. Qik is a good option if you don't need a computer in the loop.

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Justin.tv just came out with an Android app to do video streaming.

It uses any data connection you have, but the faster/more reliable the connection the better quality you will get.

  • While it cannot be used in every way a webcam does, it will cover some of its functions. – Jader Dias Sep 22 '10 at 11:30
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The IP Webcam app gets good reviews.

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DroidCam is another option.

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IP Webcam (Turns your phone into a network camera with multiple viewing options.)

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Originally posted by user739 in a duplicate question

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I've had very good performance from Qik. It can also buffer your video, so if your 3G/4G connection is bad, it will upload later when you have a better signal. WiFi is of course also supported, very simple, very quick ;-)

  • I think Qik is more similar to the share with Youtube Gallery function, than Droidcam – Jader Dias Sep 22 '10 at 11:28

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