ShurePlus Channels 4+

Wireless monitoring & control


Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 23 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Roam the performance space while monitoring key Shure wireless system parameters with ShurePlus™ Channels. Connect over Wi-Fi to automatically discover and connect to networked, compatible Shure hardware and monitor critical channel information, including RF signal strength, audio levels, and remaining battery life.

When combined with ShowLink® Remote Control for Axient® and Axient® Digital systems, transmitter and receiver settings can both be adjusted simultaneously – a powerful addition to Axient’s industry-leading feature set.

Compatible Shure Wireless Products
• Axient® Digital Wireless Systems
• Axient® Wireless Management Network
• PSM®1000 Personal Monitor Systems
• QLX-D® Digital Wireless Systems
• UHF-R® Wireless Systems
• ULX-D® Digital Wireless Systems
• SLX-D Digital Wireless Systems

• Automatically discover and connect to networked Shure systems over Wi-Fi (802.11n or 802.11ac) or Ethernet (with a Lightning adapter)
• Quickly switch between any of your wireless channels with sortable channel lists
• Device and channel naming
• RF level metering
• Audio level metering
• Transmitter battery level metering
• Frequency assignments with band, group, and channel info
• RF Interference indication*
• Encryption status*
• Frequency Diversity and Quadversity statuses*
• ShowLink® signal status and transmitter remote control*
• Network Access Control*

*For compatible systems

What’s New

Version 1.6.0

We are constantly working to improve our app to give you a better experience. Every update contains bug fixes and general enhancements.

Thank you for using ShurePlus Channels! Your feedback is important to us and will help to improve our app in the future – leave us a review or send us feedback in the app.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

mstillertech ,

Great for portable monitoring but...

Been using the app in conjunction with Workbench. We love the ability to step away from our computers and still be able to monitor our wireless gear from anywhere within our network range.

We recently upgraded our 14 channels of UHF-R to Axient Digital and love it even more. However, our old UHF-R is still in the app inventory and there is no obvious way on how to delete these units. We wonder if it could be because we assigned static IPs and those IPs are still being held by our router? We will no longer be using them due to the FCC Frequency sale. If someone could tell us how to delete old inventory from the app that would be great. Thanks!

Developer Response ,

Hi! So glad to hear you’re enjoying the freedom of mobility that Channels provides. Clearing the app inventory of offline channels is simple, although admittedly a bit tough to discover. Simply swipe down while in the Channels list – all offline devices will be removed. Hope this helps!

Mattp4546 ,

Please support larger iPads

There are so many screen sizes now so it’s important to ensure your app automatically scales up to take advantage of the larger screens. There is quite a bit of unused screen on my iPad Pro 11 inch.

I agree with those who feel $10 is a bit stingy after having spent thousands on the equipment. Look at it this way, how many people are NOT enjoying and benefiting from the efforts of the Shure engineers to develop remote management tools simply because of this in app purchase.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the feedback! We will pass it on to our development.

Jmsound ,

Great app, if I could give it 10 stars I would!

I use this to monitor battery life, change the gains on the mics and RF connectivity. It works great, even in the background while using for the mixing board.

If you have problems with this app do to people being around you, it’s not the app. Your router is the problem.

Would love to see the frequency finder as an app in coordination with this, or wireless workbench kinda thing...

Thanks for the great work Shure.

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