Streamie (v2.0.26)

Streamie for Apple TV & iPhone

Live stream all your webcams

Quick, easy and free, Streamie can find and connect to your HomeKit- and ONVIF-compatible cameras with just a few clicks. Alternatively, Streamie will work with nearly any RTSP camera. Pan, tilt and zoom with simple on-screen gestures (iPhone) or from the convenience of the remote control (Apple TV). Easily save snapshots to your iCloud Shared Photo Album. Listen in if your camera has a microphone. Streamie works with H.264 (AVC) and H.265 (HEVC) video codecs and AAC, PCM (ulaw, alaw), MP3 and AC3 audio.


If your ONVIF-compatible camera supports motion detection notifications, Streamie may be able to verbally alert you to motion events.


If you use SmartThings, you can install the Streamie SmartApp (Groovy) on your SmartThings Hub and Streamie for Apple TV can verbally alert you to many types of events, including doors opening or unlocking, lights turning on, motion alerts, and many others.


Try Streamie for as long as you like at no cost. Streamie is fully functional in its free version, save for being limited to a single camera. Upgrade with an in-app purchase or inexpensive subscription to add all of your cameras.


The app icon was designed and created by Jenny Beaird. Other graphics are courtesy of Timothy Miller, bokehlicia, Design Revision, Line Pham Thi Dieu and Anh Nguyen.


Streamie uses code of FFmpeg licensed under the LGPLv2.1 and its source can be downloaded here.


Streamie does not collect any personally identifiable information. To make Streamie better, however, it does report on the types of cameras being used.



If you have any questions, bug reports or feature requests, drop us a line: [email protected].

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