When you open the application from your Android for the first time, it invites you to register an account or to log in with Google, Twitter or Facebook.
Once this is done, you can use either of its two synchronization options, either via the Internet by accessing its portal from a computer or via LAN by accessing the URL with the local IP provided on the initial screen of the application on your smartphone .
If you decide to use the application via the Internet through its portal you can not only authenticate through the account, you can also do so by reading a QR code on its portal from your phone.
Once synchronized, it displays a window with an interface similar to a desktop, with the icons of the different options available in the application.
The one I like the most, the ability to view through the camera lens, both front and rear.
Another very useful option is the one that allows us to locate our device at any time and in any place , essential in cases of theft or loss.
We can even erase all personal data if we have to go through this uncomfortable situation.
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