A new webcam app is giving zoo visitors the ability to watch live webcam feeds from a variety of zoos around the world for free.
The new app, ZooWatch, has recently released its latest update.
The app has been around for several months, but its debut this week marks a major milestone for the app, which launched on iOS earlier this month.
The app allows users to upload their own zoo webcam feed and then view the live feed in real time.
It allows for users to create a customized feed and to see who is watching the feed.
It also allows for you to see a live stream of what the zoo is seeing at any given moment.
The updated app allows zoo visitors to view live feed feeds from over 150 zoos and provides users with a unique way to experience the zoo while also creating a unique experience for themselves.
The updated app provides zoo visitors with a way to see what the animal’s being shown, as well as other zoo-related information.
In a press release, Zoo Watch co-founder and CEO David T. Johnson said the update to ZooWatch is an important milestone for zoo visitors.
“We have always been on the lookout for an app that allows zoo patrons to enjoy live video feeds and now ZooWatch delivers a fantastic new way to do so,” Johnson said.
“The ZooWatch app has a unique blend of simplicity, ease of use and customization that makes it an ideal app for zoo patrons.”
Johnson says the updated app is the latest step in a long-term strategy to develop ZooWatch.
Johnson says ZooWatch has received significant interest from zoo operators.
“Our goal is to expand the zoo experience to a wider audience,” Johnson says.
“We believe ZooWatch will ultimately be a critical tool for the growing zoo community.”
Johnson and Zoo Watch are hoping the update will continue to increase the number of zoo visitors who have access to zoo video feeds.