You can find the apk along with install instructions and more info on ASE at their website.
Here is an example of using python as a remote spycam. I am using the Twisted Framework as the server, and it gets interesting because I embed the captured image from the phone as base64 data on the webpage Twisted is serving up. You can choose to install the Twisted libs when you install python on your device. This is a fairly new feature.
To learn more about twisted, you can visit their website.
import android, os, base64 from twisted.internet import protocol, reactor droid = android.Android() os.chdir('/sdcard/webserver/') def imgb64(): droid.cameraCapturePicture('/sdcard/webserver/latest.jpg', True) im = open("latest.jpg","rb") ime = base64.b64encode(im.read()) im.close() os.remove("latest.jpg") return ime class ServeImage(protocol.Protocol): def connectionMade(self): data = imgb64() self.transport.write("""<html><head><title>Android Camera</title></head><body><img src="data:image/jpg;base64,%s" alt="image"/>test</body></html>""" % data) self.transport.loseConnection() class ServeImageFactory(protocol.ServerFactory): protocol = ServeImage reactor.listenTCP(8080, ServeImageFactory()) reactor.run()