D-Link to bring mydlink apps to Windows Phone this fall


D-Link has announced today that it is bringing its full suite of mydlink mobile apps to Windows Phone in Late Fall.

The D-Link’s suite of free apps simplify the process of setting up and remotely accessing systems and data over the Internet via virtually any computer and mobile device.

The mydlink ecosystem includes: the mydlink portal and suite of mydlink apps, D-Link’s Cloud Camera line, Cloud Routers and Cloud Storage devices.

mydlink-enabled Cloud Cameras can be used to check on a sleeping baby from the kitchen, look after elderly family members, or see what’s happening in the back yard.

The apps can also be used to access browsing history on mydlink-enabled Cloud Routers, block wireless devices and monitor usage within a household.

"When we launched mydlink in 2010, our goal was to take the complexity out of IP cameras and wireless networks and cater to today’s on-the-go mobile lifestyles," said Daniel Kelley, vice president of marketing, D-Link Systems, Inc. "We are proud to have an extremely popular and one of the most mature cloud services on the market, with more than one million people using D-Link(R) Cloud Cameras, Cloud Routers, and Cloud Storage devices to make life easier and better every day."

Via Twice.com

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