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On top of that, all the videos the company previously recorded for free will be converted into 10-second clips called "video previews." Essentially, important features are being taken away from users unless they're willing to pay .99 a month.
People aren't happy about it, and they're airing their grievances on Twitter.
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The whole situation is slightly ironic because Adam Sager, Canary's CEO, told us last year: "We're going up against Netgear, and D-Link, and Google, so if we're gonna win it's gonna be on being a more human-centered company and having the biggest fanbase. We're gonna out-think you and out-deliver on experience." A previous version of this article mistakenly reported that Canary’s night vision feature would no longer be offered for free.
We have also introduced a faster Watch Live experience that can now be enabled while Canary devices are set to Away or Home mode.