Among the changes:
- Give users the ability to change arming delay time (from instant up to 5 minutes)
- Give users the ability to change alarm delay time (from instant up to 10 minutes)
- Give users an arming countdown (beep beep beep, so you know how long you have to get out of the house)
- Quicker login and auto-login options
- Allows an audible disarming countdown (beep beep beep, so you know how long you have to disarm)
- Add siren volume adjustment to fit user needs
- Set the CubeOne and notifications to use your phone's time zone if you want (if you're traveling to other timezones, for instance)
- Enhanced Family Member page - will allow profile pictures and remote logs
- Provide online recovery of data
- Save alarm pictures automatically to your local album
- Remove requirement to do a manual reboot after recovering data from the cloud
When I tested the iSmartAlarm system, I found it stable and useful. I especially liked the optional camera that lets you pan and tilt it by dragging your finger on your iPhone screen, so you can look around your house from a remote location.
The changes made were the result of user feedback, and the company expects to add some new hardware and new capabilities to the system soon.