Best Video Doorbells in the UK

Review & Comparison, Last Update May 6, 2020
No matter if you're at home or not, you can see who comes to your door and rings the bell with a video doorbell. You can tell the delivery person to leave the package at your door or keep potential burglars away from your home by answering your door from wherever you are. We have reviewed the 5 best video doorbells to help you find the right one. ...Read more ...Read less
BEST 2020
PROS
CONS
OUR VERDICT
Kit Contents
Placement
Connection Type
Key Specs
Power Source
Extras
Warranty
 
PROS

The model's adjustable motion zones allow you to reduce false notifications. Supporting the newest 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard, the device offers dual-band (2.4 or 5.0 GHz) connectivity, making sure that the wireless connection remains stable even without using Wi-Fi extenders/repeaters. 

CONS

The battery life is not great. 

OUR VERDICT

The Ring Video Doorbell 3 is everything its predecessors were except that the motion sensors have been improved, the Wi-Fi module has been updated, and the interchangeable faceplates allow matching the device with the different doors.

detailed parameters
Kit Contents

Wireless doorbell with built-in camera

Placement

Wall (mounting hardware included)

Connection Type

Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n/ac)

Key Specs

Resolution: 1920 x 1080

Field of View: 160°

Night Vision feature

Digital microphone and speaker (2-way audio)

Power Source

Rechargeable battery pack (charging USB cable included)

8V AC – 24V AC (for continuous charging)

Extras

Compatible with Ring App (available on iOS and Android), Advanced Motion Detection, Adjustable Motion Zones, Weather resistance (IPx4 protection class)

Warranty

1 year

PROS

The two "18650" rechargeable batteries will last 3-6 months before recharging. The device automatically replaces old pics and footage with new ones. The SD card slot accepts <128-gigabyte cards. You can share the account and lend multiple people access to the 'bell through the app. 

CONS

The melodies are quite similar. 

OUR VERDICT

With the PYBBO Video Doorbell, you'll be in the know regarding everything that was happening, is happening, and will be happening around, at, and on your porch/front door. You can adjust various settings, the six-piece 850-mm LED lights are bright, and the chime is loud when required.

detailed parameters
Kit Contents

Wireless doorbell with built-in camera, chime, 16GB micro SD card

Placement

Doorbell: Wall (mounting hardware included)

Chime: AC plug

Connection Type

Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n)

Key Specs

Resolution: 1920 x 1080

Field of View: 166°

Night Vision feature

Digital microphone and speaker (2-way audio)

Power Source

Doorbell: Rechargeable battery pack (charging USB cable included)

8V AC – 24V AC (for continuous charging)

Chime: AC (built-in wall plug)

Extras

Compatible with ToSee App (available on iOS and Android), PIR motion detection, Weather resistance (IPx4 protection class), Chime with adjustable volume and changeable melodies

Warranty

1 year

PROS

The Live View feature gives you on-demand footage anytime you want. Using selected Alexa-enabled devices, you'll be able to launch video recording and take pictures with voice commands alone. The provided mounting hardware enables quick and easy installation. 

CONS

There's a delay between someone ringing the 'bell and the notification coming through the phone. 

OUR VERDICT

The Ring Video Doorbell is more basic than its Ring peers yet, from the FoV and battery life perspectives, even more efficient and capable than its premium competition. Plus, the adjustable motion zones will let you eliminate false notifications coming from movement around the porch.

detailed parameters
Kit Contents

Wireless doorbell with built-in camera

Placement

Wall (mounting hardware included)

Connection Type

Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n)

Key Specs

Resolution: 1280 x 720

Field of View: 180°

Night Vision feature

Digital microphone and speaker (2-way audio)

Power Source

Rechargeable battery pack (charging USB cable included)

8V AC – 24V AC (for continuous charging)

Extras

Compatible with Ring App (available on iOS and Android), Motion Detection, Adjustable Motion Zones, Weather resistance (IPx4 protection class)

Warranty

1 year

PROS

The camera's native 1920 x 1080p resolution will allow capturing detailed photos and recording sharp footage. There's even a loop recording footage that lets you store footage on the included SD card. The six IR lights automatically activate come evening. 

CONS

The Wi-Fi module is passable at best. 

OUR VERDICT

The GEREE Video Doorbell gives you premium specs at a budget cost. The model's construction is rugged and robust, resistant not only against dust and moisture but also snowstorms and downpours. There's also a 16-gigabyte SD card supplied with the device.

detailed parameters
Kit Contents

Wireless doorbell with built-in camera, chime, 16GB micro SD card

Placement

Doorbell: Wall (mounting hardware included)

Chime: AC plug

Connection Type

Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n)

Key Specs

Resolution: 1920 x 1080

Field of View: 166°

Night Vision feature

Digital microphone and speaker (2-way audio)

Power Source

Doorbell: Rechargeable battery pack (charging USB cable included)

8V AC – 24V AC (for continuous charging)

Chime: AC (built-in wall plug)

Extras

Compatible with ToSee App (available on iOS and Android), PIR motion detection, Weather resistance (IP65 protection class), Chime with adjustable volume and changeable melodies

Warranty

1 year

PROS

The device lets you choose between five volume levels and 55 different chimes. You can also choose between three sensitivity settings, minimising false alarms but also making sure that intruders do not approach unnoticed. The mic's noise-cancelling feature is really effective. 

CONS

The actual FoV is lower from advertised. 

OUR VERDICT

The Accfly C093WX is affordable, well-balanced, and convenient. With this device, you'll be able to raise security and comfort levels without investing too much time and effort into installing and customising the 'bell. Plus, the delay is practically nonexistent.

detailed parameters
Kit Contents

Wireless doorbell with built-in camera, chime, 16GB micro SD card

Placement

Doorbell: Wall (mounting hardware included)

Chime: AC plug
Connection Type

Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n)

Key Specs

Resolution: 1280 x 720

Field of View: 166°

Night Vision feature

Digital microphone and speaker (2-way audio)

Power Source

Doorbell: Rechargeable battery pack (charger is not included)

8V AC – 24V AC (for continuous charging)

Chime: AC (built-in wall plug)

Extras

Compatible with ToSee App (available on iOS and Android), PIR motion detection, Weather resistance (IPx4 protection class), Chime with adjustable volume and changeable melodies

Warranty

1 year

Ring Video Doorbell 3

Adjustable Motion Zones

The Ring Video Doorbell 2 was huge to begin with and the new version builds upon its predecessor's strengths and makes an excellent case for the best video doorbell within this price range. The first thing that's been improved is the model's motion sensors. From the get-go, these are much more sensitive and accurate now yet you can also adjust the motion detection area. With adjustable motion zones, the device minimises false notifications whilst also making sure that visitors do not approach unnoticed.

Now, considering the product's price tag, the Full HD, 1920 x 1080p resolution goes without saying, capturing detailed footage so you can tell not only who is at the front door but also the tiniest items that they're holding. This is not new though. What's new is that the model's WiFi module supports the latest 802.11ac standard, offering dual-band (2.4 or 5.0 GHz) connectivity and keeping the connection stable and secure. With this module, you do not have to worry about installing WiFi extenders/repeaters to ensure the signal reaches the 'bell.

Where premium video doorbells are concerned, Night Vision and LED lights are basically obligatory, so we will not be talking about these lights that you can use to illuminate the porch at night and the IRs that make the porch and the surrounding area pretty visible even without turning the LED lights. We will also not be talking about the two-way audio setup since even doorbells that cost three times less than this device are fitted with this feature nowadays. We will, however, talk about the Ring app.

Review of Ring Video Doorbell 3 with Alexa (1080p, Advanced Motion Detection)

Record Videos and Capture Photos

The company's proprietary Ring app is huge, there's no two ways about it. The installation steps make the setup part accessible to beginners. The app works with Alexa, which means that when the 'bell detects motion, those who are working with Echo or Fire TV devices will be receiving notifications, knowing who's at the door. Even the basic package allows you to view the porch from anywhere, access two-way talk, adjust the motion zones, and more. To add more, purchase the optional Ring Protect plan and you'll also be able to record videos and capture photos.

Sure, the product is not perfect. The price is pretty steep and the device chews up batteries quite fast. Even so, the Ring Video Doorbell 3 is too good to pass up, from the microphone's excellent noise-cancelling setup to the Alexa support, this product will earn its keep soon enough.

Ring Video Doorbell 3 with Alexa (1080p, Advanced Motion Detection) in the use

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PYBBO 1080P

Two Power Source Options

The PYBBO Video Doorbell is the most innovative-, futuristic-looking product within this selection, not necessarily what we value first and foremost where video doorbells are concerned yet we cannot say that its polished, almost elegant profile does not make the device more appealing. Having said that, what makes this product more appealing before anything else is the tech inside.

Not unlike most smart doorbells, this device comes equipped with PIR motion detection sensors, able to identify and recognise the most minute movements but also able to ignore them and detect only substantial, significant motion when you adjust the sensors' sensitivity. The idea here is to find that sweet spot where you are not receiving false notifications but also do not fail to detect visitors and intruders. The tried-and-tested ToSee app makes these adjustments pretty intuitive though, meaning you should be able to figure them out and configure the settings withing ~10 minutes tops.

From the sustainment standpoint, the device lets you choose between 8 - 24-volt AC sockets and two 18650 rechargeable batteries, which's something we would recommend taking advantage of. Even with network fluctuations, the batteries will keep the 'bell running, using the 16-gigabyte micro SD card that comes with the product to record visitors so that you can view the footage afterwards. The camera's Full HD (1920 x 1080p) native resolution will not allow you to record many hours but, on the upside, the recorded footage will be looking crisp and detailed. Plus, when the memory reaches its capacity, the camera does not stop recording videos, automatically replacing old pictures and videos with new ones.

Review of PYBBO 1080P Video Doorbell (Night Vision, PIR Motion Detection, 2-Way Talk)

Huge Wi-Fi Range?

In addition to notifications and two-way communication via the app, the device also comes fitted with a chime, keeping things traditional, which's lovely except that, even though you can choose between different melodies, these melodies sound more alike than you'd expect, so you might as well get used to the same chime. On the flip side, you can adjust the chime's volume, making sure that you can hear people ringing the 'bell even with washing machines and vacuum cleaners running amok next to you. When that's not the case, you can always decrease the volume.

The Wi-Fi module is limited to the 2.4GHz band but its wireless range is supposed to reach almost 1000 feet (~300 metres), which's unrealistic but tells you that the people behind the product are confident enough with the range to exaggerate to such extents and, from what we can tell, the actual number is not that far off.

Bottom line, the PYBBO Video Doorbell is secure and reliable, that goes without saying. Besides that, in many ways (the SD card recording, the batteries, and more), the device is also more practical and comfortable than most video 'bells.

PYBBO 1080P Video Doorbell (Night Vision, PIR Motion Detection, 2-Way Talk) in the use

 

Ring HD Video Doorbell

180-Degree Field of View

This Ring Video Doorbell is more basic compared to the company's device that we have reviewed above but that's understandable considering that the product also costs twice less.

On the one hand, the device has its flaws even compared to video doorbells within the same price bracket, including the native HD (1280 x 720p) resolution that's enough to tell the people at the porch apart but not enough to capture detailed footage. On the other hand, the model's field of view extends 180 degrees, even more than the most expensive models, so even intruders hiding on the sides will be identified and captured too.

There's a noticeable delay between someone ringing the 'bell and the notification coming through the phone, somewhere around 3-4 seconds depending on the connection, which's not terrible by any means but not great too considering that there are devices that reduce this delay to 1 second. That being said, these devices seldom come adopting adjustable motion zones, letting you not only configure the motion sensors' sensitivity but also makes different zones around the porch more and less sensitive to varying movement degrees.

Some parts and features remain the same though. The infrared night vision mode lets you view everything before the front door even during nighttime without ambient lighting and without using the LED lights that allow you to illuminate the porch to make sure the smallest details are also visible and noticeable at night.

Review of Ring HD Video Doorbell with Alexa (Motion Detection, Two-Way Talk)

On-Demand Video and Audio

The model enables two-way communication, which's made more comfortable and efficient here than before thanks to the active noise-cancelling tech inside the microphone. What also makes interactions with this device more comfortable and efficient is the Ring app, with its straightforward and intuitive UI fitted with many great tools, including the Live View feature enabling on-demand video and audio anywhere, anytime.

Using this application, you can manage and customise alerts and, provided you do not mind paying the Ring Protect plan, also record videos and snap photos. You do not have to pay any extra to make the device compatible with Alexa though, using voice commands to view what's happening at your front door.

You also will not need to pay specialists to install this 'bell as the mounting hardware that's supplied with the package makes installation easy, quick, and straightforward.

In other words, the Ring Video Doorbell is what we can recommend customers not about extra tools and optional features but very much about the company's trademark quality and security.

Ring HD Video Doorbell with Alexa (Motion Detection, Two-Way Talk) in the use

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VIDEO
How Ring Video Doorbell Works
 

GEREE 1080P

Budget Price Tag, Premium Specs

The GEREE Video Doorbell is an interesting proposition, we can put it that way. The device costs ~50 quid, landing somewhere between budget and the most affordable mid-range video 'bells yet its specs and construction are much more comparable to premium models that cost around and, sometimes, even above 150 quid.

To begin with, the camera inside this device records Full HD (1920 x 1080p) footage, whereas most video doorbells within this class do not go above HD (1280 x 720p). That means the camera will have no issues capturing detailed footage so that, in case necessary, you'll even be able to tell the buttons and the cuff links on the intruder's shirt (we're assuming you can only attract the most sophisticated criminals).

Not as sophisticated as the product's construction though. Whilst even most premium models' protection class caps at IPX4, meaning that they're only protected small splashes, this device boasts an IP65 protection class, making its housing resistant against downpours, direct sunlight, and most elements. That means you can install this device even onto doors that do not have any awning above them protecting the porch from rain. That also means the 'bell will last, provided that intruders do not choose to go with blunt force but that is where all video doorbells are weak.

Review of GEREE 1080P Video Doorbell (Night Vision, 166° Wide Angle, PIR Motion Detection)

Automatic Switching

Besides the aforementioned tech and construction, the device packs basically what you'd expect from most video doorbells these days, including an adjustable chime that lets you fine-tune the volume and choose from 55 tunes. You can select between 5 volume levels, counting the mute option.

Where the product somewhat drops the ball is the Wi-Fi module which range is limited and the connection is not always stable and reliable, so we would recommend making sure that the wireless network situation where you live is excellent before installing this device. Where the ball is picked up and then batted a thousand is the six IR lights that not only automatically switch between Day and Night modes but also extend the range to 20 feet (6 metres), so you even see everything even steps away from the porch.

We will avoid talking about PIR motion detection sensors because they're what most video doorbells are using these days, pretty accurate and plenty precise. We will also avoid talking about the ToSee app that the device is compatible with, making the aforementioned adjustments easily accessible.

Even without going into these more basic details, with its high-end specs at a budget cost, the GEREE Video Doorbell makes the most appealing case, making this product something you do not want to miss.

GEREE 1080P Video Doorbell (Night Vision, 166° Wide Angle, PIR Motion Detection) in the use

 

Accfly C093WX

55 Different Chimes

The Accfly C093WX is the cheapest product on this list yet, despite the price, not much worse than its more expensive peers.

The HD (1280 x 720) image resolution is not great but, when you take the price into account, more than respectable since there are twice more expensive video doorbells that feature the same resolution. The advertised field of view measures 166 degrees but, more often than not, the camera fails to capture quite as much, which's unfortunate but not necessarily something we'd complain about. Besides these small flaws, the product delivers across most fronts, starting with the tech inside.

Not unlike the model's more expensive competition, the Accfly C093WX is armed with PIR motion detection tech, featuring infrared radiation sensors that are able to detect the slightest, faintest motion at the porch. The device lets you choose between three sensitivity settings to minimise false alarms yet still make sure the intruders are detected before even stepping on the porch.

Then, you can set the 'bell to send you instant notifications when visitors press the bell and when then the sensors detect any motion at all. Now, when visitors ring the bell, you'll be hearing the model's chime, the one that you have chosen from 55 pre-set melodies and, with five adjustable volume levels, the one that will be playing as loud as you want.

Review of Accfly C093WX Video Doorbell (2-Way Talk, Motion Detection, Night Vision)

Noise-Cancelling Tech Too

Following the playbook deployed across most video doorbells, this device features two-way audio, so you can communicate with the person at the door. The integrated microphone adopts active noise-cancelling tech, so you'll be hearing the person loud and clear even with cars passing by and different noise sources distorting the call.

Again, very much alike the model's competition, the Night Vision feature is present too, with IR lights allowing you to view the person/people before the 'bell even when during nighttime. In addition to that, the device comes fitted with an LED light, so you can choose to illuminate the porch when that's necessary too.

The device is compatible with the ToSee app, which means you're receiving the app's standard advantages, including the easy-to-use UI and accessible tools that allow you to manage the device without much skill and effort.

Long story short, the Accfly C093WX gives you the same tech and features that most video doorbells are adopting but keeping the price tag more than reasonable enough, making the product an affordable investment into increased safety, security, and comfort levels.

Accfly C093WX Video Doorbell (2-Way Talk, Motion Detection, Night Vision) in the use

 

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Comparison of Video Doorbells

What Is a Video Doorbell?

Wouldn't it be nice if you could see who rings your doorbell from your mobile device? Thanks to a smart video doorbell, now you can answer the door from virtually any possible location. Nowadays, a video doorbell is one of the most important smart safety devices that everyone should think about investing in. So, what is it? A video doorbell is an internet-connected device, which notifies the homeowner through a smartphone when their guests arrive at the door entrance. It activates when someone pushes the button or when the bell senses a visitor with the integrated motion sensors. When the doorbell rings, the homeowner gets an alert on their smartphone. The device allows you not only to see but also to talk to your visitor by using the microphone and integrated infrared camera. Pretty amazing, isn’t it? The first doorbells used to be mechanical and activated when someone pulled a cord. Modern video doorbells are normally operated through an electric switch.

Sure enough, a video doorbell is an incredibly handy device that provides convenience, makes your home look occupied, and completely break-in-proof. To open the door to a visitor remotely, you can use a smart lock instead of a deadbolt lock.

What Features to Compare

There are lots of different types of video doorbells on the market with a great variety of chimes. If you’ve decided to install a video doorbell in your home, here are some key features worth considering:

Range

The operating range should be one of the first considerations when choosing a video doorbell. The range you’ll need depends on the size of your home. The range of a standard doorbell is 150 feet. For larger homes, you may need a bell with a wider range. Interior walls may also cause interference with the range of a bell, so your room configuration should be taken into consideration. If you want a certain doorbell, but the range is insufficient, it is possible to buy an extender that could solve this issue.

Power

Pick between electric power or battery-operated models. If the place where you plan to put the doorbell is located near an outlet, you can decide in favour of an electric bell. If there are no outlets nearby, it’s better to choose a battery-operated bell, yet you’ll need to stock up on extra batteries and replace them when needed.

Volume

You can choose from different sounds to your liking. Check if you can hear the sound from all rooms in your home. If it’s not loud enough, you can add extra speakers to carry the sound throughout your home. Some bells have adjustable audio controls that allow you to change the volume of your doorbell ringing sound. This is a very good option if you want to turn down the noise at night to be able to relax without having to worry about any disturbances. If you play loud music, you can turn the volume up to hear the doorbell.

Illumination Options

Some bells play a chime when pressed while others have a sensor which lights up, providing a visual signal in addition to an audio tone. If you have small kids, choose a doorbell that lets you turn on the illumination feature instead of the chime during the nap time.

Extra Features

Some common features you can expect to find in video doorbells are high-definition recording, Wi-Fi connectivity, motion detection, wide-angle recording, night-vision support, and livestream capability.

Convenience

The main benefit of video doorbells is convenience. You can talk to your visitors while being away from your home. You can also have control over the doorbell tone by changing the sound of it. This way, you can turn the doorbell tone off so that it doesn’t disturb you. You can also use your smart video doorbell to unlock your connected security system through the mobile app.

Video doorbells do a good job of providing you with a snapshot of what is happening at your front door. You can make your home smarter and beef your security up. It just takes a little planning, but the result is well worth the effort.

Did you know?

  • The concept of video surveillance dated back to the 1970s after George Orwell opened the world’s eyes to video security systems through his book. Initially, many people found it awkward to be monitored by a camera, but then the world liked the idea of being able to see the visitor without having to open the door. People started using video cameras as a home security measure in the late 1970s.
  • In 1877 Edwin Holmes was making news for commercializing the first network of alarm systems. At that time, Edwin Holmes was the president of the Bell Phone Company. It’s thought that he used pre-existing phone cables and then networked them to his alarm systems. It was the most important development in the world of alarm bells at home. He was given the rights to use the company’s phone lines.
  • After World War I, there were more cases of robbery, thefts, and other crimes. People were restless and life became unsafe even within the walls of their own homes. Thus, they started seeking ways to prevent home invasions. This was also the time when insurance companies gave away incentives and premium discounts to those who subscribed to alarm protection systems that resulted in a higher demand for alarm systems. The earliest of alarm systems used electromagnetic contacts which were connected to a battery and a bell and made a noise when fastened to windows and doors.
  • After World War II, the prices of these alarm systems cut down. The alarm systems became more versatile and reliable. Also, such inventions as surveillance equipment and motion detectors were introduced.
  • The earliest models of modern video home security systems were comprised of a motorized camera. It was moving slowly to record the outside view. The most typical model was the four peepholes mounted at the entrance. The transmitted pictures were hazy and not very clear. They were transferred to a television monitor which allowed the user to control the camera’s movements. You could easily communicate with the visitors using Intercom. Those cameras were huge and took images in black and white.
  • With the introduction of the Internet, the home security systems have undergone a major transformation. The camera size was able to shrink to as much as one square inch. You could also connect the camera to the Internet. Camera lenses became more powerful, and images became sharper and more detailed.
  • With the development of technology came new demands. Today, people have smartphones, which provide a range of additional features. Now, the technology costs you less, and you can see your visitors before they enter your house and answer calls on your phone. Sure enough, the future of video doorbells holds even more promising models.

FAQ:

Q: Is a video doorbell a good home security system?

A: The video doorbell is designed to ensure a higher level of awareness and security at your door. It helps you better control the situation, preventing home invasions in your absence.

Q: How do video doorbells work?

A: When a visitor pushes the button on your doorbell, you immediately receive an alert that someone is at the door. When you accept the alert, the doorbell video camera sends a live video feed to your mobile device, thus you can see and even talk to the person without having to open the door.

Q: Can a video doorbell be installed in any home?

A: Both wireless and wired video doorbells can be installed in any home. However, some wired doorbells require professional installation. There is a large number of wireless and wired video doorbells on the market to choose from. So, with a little research, you’re sure to find the best one for your home.

Q: Can Wi-Fi enabled video doorbells be used with any tablet or smartphone?

A: Almost all quality Wi-Fi video doorbells are compatible with iOS and Android mobile devices. Yet, cheaper models may be compatible only with one or the other, so it’s better to check before making a final decision on a particular one.

Q: Do video doorbells record video?

A: Some wireless doorbells have a screen inside the door that shows you who is on the other side of your front door. Some capture photos of your visitors when the doorbell is rung. Other doorbells act like security cameras, recording a video of someone who may appear within the camera view.

Q: How are smart doorbells installed and powered?

A: Some video doorbells are easy to install over your door peephole. They run on a battery and ring inside. Others are installed as a part of your regular doorbell, being connected to your electrical system. Some are powered by a battery and hard-wired electrical source.

Q: Will a video doorbell inform me that someone's at my door when I’m away from home?

A: Yes, if you have a WiFi connection, you'll see who’s at your front door from anywhere. So, it’s a good way to keep an eye on your home while you are at the office or on vacation.

Q: Can I see the live video feed if my visitors don’t press the button?

A: If a doorbell has a motion detection sensor, it will allow the device to snap pictures and send alerts, even if your visitors don’t press the button.

Q: How many people can be immediately connected to my video doorbell?

A: You can connect as many people as you like. Each user, who has a compatible mobile device, receives the alert and can answer the live video feed.

Q: What devices are smart doorbells compatible with?

A: Fully-featured smart doorbells are normally paired with a smart lock. So, you can unlock the door for your visitors remotely.

Q: Are smart video doorbells weather-resistant?

A: Yes, the doorbells are designed to work in harsh environments, thus they can withstand humidity, heat, rain, snow and other extreme weather conditions.

Q: What should I do if I get a new smartphone?

A: You need to download the app and log into your account with your username and password.

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Publish Date: 2020-05-06 12:34:34