We all know that most cameras that come with our PC or laptop don’t have great quality unless you want to invest in a high DSLR camera or a high-quality webcam. Not everyone would be able to afford this, as getting these devices can be very costly. If you own an iPhone, the good news is that you can use your iPhone device as a webcam on your Mac or PC. Many free applications on the App Store offer such a feature, but there is a catch. You are required to pay a small subscription fee to be able to get a higher resolution to enable full unrestricted access to all the app features.
Epoccam can be used to convert your iPhone to a webcam on your Mac or PC through a USB or wireless connection, but make sure that both devices are connected to the same network. Once your device has been connected, you will be able to record and stream videos up to 1080p and HDR resolution. It offers both portrait and landscape video recording, and it’s highly compatible with some video software like Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Mmhmm, and OBS Studio.
The free version only allows you to record up to 640 x 480 resolution with an inclusion of a watermark. You must upgrade to the pro version if you want to access up to 1080p resolution.
Free Version Paid Version
This one also works like EpocCam but has much more features, and that’s why it’s among the most highly-rated app on App Store. It allows you to use any specific lens on your device with being able to add effects. It can record videos of up to 1080p and supports recording from multiple devices. It allows you to switch in-between cameras for different viewing angles. With the free version, you can record up to 720p, while the pro version gives you access to record in higher resolution and can use your iPhone flash as a webcam light. Camo works on Android and IOS devices and supports Windows and Mac.