Guardzilla

Guardzilla

By Practecol

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2015-01-08
  • Current Version: 2.0.9
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 66.82 MB
  • Developer: Practecol
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3
3
From 1,984 Ratings

Description

Home security is a large and growing concern for most people, but the high price (and monthly fees), complexity and burdensome installation of typical home security systems prevents many from protecting their homes and loved ones – until now. Introducing Guardzilla, an affordable, easy-to-use, customizable security system for less than $100 and no monthly fees. With Guardzilla, monitor your home 24x7 wherever you are from your smartphone through live video streaming. You can even listen into the room and broadcast your voice. Guardzilla can even inform you on your phone (via email, text and/or push notification) when motion is detected and even ward off intruders if you set the ear-splitting 100dB siren. It’s peace of mind – at a small price tag. Guardzilla also offers several video cloud storage subscription options to provide users the ability to retain their recorded video events: 1. Two (2) Days of video storage (no audio): Free 2. Seven (7) Days of video and audio storage: Monthly charge: $4.99, auto-renewal for one month Annual charge: $49.99 (17% savings) 3. Thirty (30) days of video and audio storage: Monthly charge: $8.99, auto-renewal for one month Annual charge: $89.99 (17% savings). - Auto-renewal subscription information: 1. The subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period.
 2. The user’s account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal
. 3. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. 4. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase The Guardzilla Privacy Policy and Terms of Use can be found below: Privacy Policy - https://www.guardzilla.com/legal/privacy-policy.pdf Terms of Use - https://www.guardzilla.com/legal/eula.pdf

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Reviews

  • Took long enough....

    4
    By Nightly Suicide
    Notifications finally work! Not sure why it took so long... I got 5 cameras, they work great, it’s mainly the software/updates that holds it back.
  • Piece of junk

    1
    By Kim Kat
    Bought the Guardzilla GZ521W model at Best Buy it worked for about 3 months then quit working. Reset button won’t work. No on line searches address this model for trouble shooting and good luck getting the company to respond or to get through to their help line and actually get help.
  • No picture and will connect to WiFi.

    3
    By Cjjfc53
    Need tech support
  • Worst security device ever

    1
    By Djdyendizn6282
    Don’t buy worst device ever
  • Notifications

    3
    By Let me knowww
    It does not notify me when there is motion in the house whether it is on auto arm or not. Why is this ?
  • Guardzilla.

    1
    By mjb 1979
    No, these guys are right. I bought two, one worked great for about six months, then stopped. Had my son look at it, after 45 min. He got it working, that lasted 4 days and went back to not working again. So I had a new one in the box, got it going and lasted 4 days. Now it’s doing same as the first one. Have good WI-FI HERE, just junk cameras. I threw the first one in the burn barrel,will do same for the second. I bought a ARLO, now that’s impressing me. Better rated to. Wish I bought Arlo at first, I wasted $200.00 bucks on this junk Guardzilla crap.
  • Doesn’t work, support is awful.

    1
    By person2858
    My guardzilla 360 stopped recording videos months ago. Support told me they are aware working on it. Atleast I could still use the live view option when I needed to keep an eye on things and take snapshots. Then 2 days ago, it prompted me for an update, went through it in the app, and the camera is now broken, flashing blinking red. Won’t even reset and still blinks red after power cycling. Support says they’re available certain hours for chat and they are not. Email responses from them are general guides to reset and power cycle which isn’t working. Going to have to find a new camera. Mine goes for 200$. Not worth it at all.
  • Trash!

    1
    By Tina Cruz
    This camera has been unreliable from the beginning. Either it doesn’t notify us, doesn’t record, won’t connect to our WiFi. It’s pure trash!
  • Horrible just horrible

    1
    By so you dont like bad reviews
    I attempted to change the password for the device because it kept clicking like it was being accessed. Thinking it was compromised, I contacted customer support, many times. They ignored every request I made to change my password until I threatened to get rid of the camera completely then they sent me my password. I know my password, that was not my request at all. I checked the BBB and wouldn’t you know, an F rating. Loads of complaints against this company. Needless to say Guardzilla left my home and will not return. I would give zero stars if possible.
  • UX is untenable. C-Sec untenable. Solid op impossible.

    1
    By So not stoked
    The summary title says it all. UX is atrocious, I hate using it - when it works - which is 15% of the time it’s supposed to. Too hackable, and this is an indoor home spherical camera, more of your personal intimate lives on who knows whose servers for what reasons. For the glaring lack of troubleshooting or technical docs, the ill-designed reset procedures will only let you dig yourself into deeper malfunctions and way longer lead times for tier 2-3 tech support help (don’t be insane like me and keep trying to solve the chingadera despite clear patterned feedback loops proving impossible operation without proprietary level 3 Apps Engineering collection server corrections. I give up. I heard Wyze cams are $25, $35 for a motorized gyro version. Files from a hempispherical camera are unusable outside of the GZ app, so maybe stick to common usable aspect ratios and stop beating (my) head against this kludgy contraption. IMHO. It’s all fixable with UX prioritized sprint cycling and scrum attention.

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