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Q-See QT View from the Apple Store or ..,.. ?

Posted on 2016-10-01
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We switched a Q-See QT576 to a QT5816.
Heretofore we were monitoring remotely with various devices.
We are using QT View on PCs just fine it appears.  Well, it's awfully slow but it seems to work.  This is with a QT5816.

I had my iPhone 6 working with a version of QT View but yesterday it stopped.  I encountered an iPad with the same issue.  I encountered another iPhone that's still working with an older version of QT View.  A new install from the Apple Store only made things worse and there is no monitoring possible.

I'd like to get these Apple products working again.
It appears that one is stuck with what's currently showing in the Apple Store.  Is that right?  
So, if a program changes, there's no going back.  Is that right?
Are there other sources of downloads for iPhones and iPads?
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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The Apple Store is the only store allowed with apple mobile products unless one jailbreaks the device.
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It appears that the latest OS release had something to do with it.  It also appears that QT View Classic is recommended if all else fails.
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