Again, the free-to-try model is handy for testing whether or not the app works for you before you hand over any money.
Connect it to your i Phone, and you can use the Presence app to control the swivel and get a 360-degree view of your home.
If you don’t want to use third-party apps, you could try using Face Time.
Unfortunately Epoc Cam has a few negative reviews of late, and hasn’t received an update for a while.
Fortunately it’s free to try, so you can make sure it works before deciding if it’s worth upgrading or not.
It works with all webcam-enabled apps (such as Skype and Google Hangouts), supports your i Phone’s rear- and front-facing cameras, and encrypts all the video it records. In addition to the app, you’ll also need to download the drivers directly from the developer’s website.