The Camo app for Android turns your phone into a better webcam for your computer.

Camus, an app that turns your smartphone into a portable webcam for your computer and laptop, is now available on Android. The app is considered one of the best webcam solutions for iPhone and Mac. And now Reincubate, a UK-based software company, is finally bringing it to the Android platform.

Chemo claims to provide a high quality video feed with extremely low latency at 1080p resolution. The app needs to be paired with PC Client Chemo Studio, which is available for both Mac OS and Windows. The desktop app acts as a control hub, allowing you to adjust brightness, color saturation, focus and more from your computer without touching the phone. In addition to the primary camera, the app lets you use an ultra wide cam, telephoto and selfie camera.

Chemo is currently available as a public beta and offers the following key features.

  • Complete remote control via your Mac or PC – Chemo is the only app that offers it.
  • Zoom, crop, tilt, focus, and pan control.
  • Brightness, resolution, and color saturation adjustment.
  • Custom watermarks.
  • Support for Mac OS and Windows.
  • Compatibility with more apps via Camus’s Smart Integration System.
  • Extremely high quality local software on all platforms.
  • Chemo provides users with a completely ad-free experience.

Chemo is compatible with all mainstream video conferencing and streaming apps, including Zoom, Google Mate, Microsoft Teams, Skype, Twitch and more. The app works on any device running Android 7.0 Nougat and above.

If you’re interested in trying out the app, follow the link below to download it from the Google Play Store. Reincubate says the app will be available. “Absolutely free while in beta” But it is not yet clear how much it intends to charge after the beta period ends. For step-by-step instructions on setting up your Android smartphone as a webcam for your PC, check out this guide.

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