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Ultimately, though, it's good for Canary users, so I'm glad the company is bringing it to them.
Despite trying out many brands, Canary is still one of my favorite connected cams but its software keeps advancing at a very slow pace and competitors are starting to catch up.
First, there's two-way Canary Talk which utilizes the mic and speakers on your Canary to allow you to talk to your pets or kids live.
This feature has been promised for years now so it's good to finally see it working, though it requires a Membership plan.
Canary Talk can also handle multiple people calling at once. You can see a demo here: In addition to all that, users can now also access their device's live stream through Canary's desktop app, which is located at my.
For now, Canary Talk and the desktop app are only available for Canary users using the all-in-one device with a Membership.
Why does everything good in tech these days require a monthly bill?
Alright, I'll stop crying over my empty wallet now and start explaining what the new features are.
This update certainly makes a lot of sense, to the point that it almost seems dated.Until now, users experienced a five-second delay when streaming, now they'll be seeing what's happening exactly when it happens. The company is also releasing "two-way talk," which lets the observer of the house interact with whoever is inside. It's worth noting that, unlike the Echo Show, which pretty much does the exact same thing, the Canary has no video component, so it's just a voice call.The Canary will chirp whenever someone is about to call into the device.Nest already lets users watch their video stream from their desktop and communicate with people near their device.Granted, Nest's two-way talk is more basic, but still, this is functionality that already existed on other security camera platforms.