"Why does my camera connect fine at home but not over 3G?"
This may be because you have not set up your camera to be available outside your home network. See the Networking page for more information on how to do this. If you can access your camera over other networks but not over 3G it might be because your mobile/cell network operator "proxies" the pages that you visit. In this case when you try to visit a website you actually connect to a server owned by your operator which then connects to the web server. This is ok for most web pages but can cause problems with IP cameras.
Version 1.9.13 attempts to fix this problem by detecting the proxy and falling back to Proxy Safer Mode. The app will not always be able to detect this automatically so you might like to force Proxy Safe mode yourself by editing the properties for the camera and changing the Connection property. Unfortunately in this mode you will not be able to use the audio features but your camera's video feed and the controls should still work. This is most likely to occur if you are connecting to your camera on port 80, using an alternative port may bypass the proxy and enable you to use the audio features. If the auto-detect feature causes problems, version 1.9.14 added a setting to allow you to disable this.
"Why does my camera show an error or disconnect after a few minutes of use?"
"Does the app use data in the background?"
I have multiple cameras and sometimes the app shows the right feed but sometimes it shows a feed from a different camera.
The app worked fine originally but has now stopped working after a period of time.