Remote Mouse turns your iPhone, iPad or iPod into a wireless user-friendly remote control for your Mac / PC. It’ll surprise you with fully simulated touchpad, keyboard and featured remote panels which make your remote experience simple and efficient.
Giving a presentation? Watching an online movie? Or transferring pictures within a second? We make it dead easy to control your PC/Mac! Just sit back and enjoy the day.
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** FEATURES **
• Fully Simulated Mouse
• Magic Trackpad
• Multi-Touch Gestures
• Function Keyboard in Landscape Mode (full version only)
• Key Combination Input
• Media Remote – convenient control of iTunes, Keynote, PowerPoint, VLC, Hulu... (need unlocking)
• Changing Keynote Slides with Physical Volume Buttons (media remote feature)
• Remote Image Viewer & Transfer (need unlock)
• Application Launcher & Switcher
• Shut Down / Sleep / Restart / Log Off Remotely
• Numeric Keyboard
• Swaying Mode Control
• Remotely Typing with Voice (need Siri)
• Connect via IP & QR code
• Password Protection
• Customizable Wallpapers
• Compatible with Windows 7, XP, Vista, Mac OSX 10.6+
** TO GET STARTED, YOU ALSO NEED **
1. Visit www.remotemouse.net download & install Remote Mouse server on your Mac / PC.
2. Make sure that your mobile device is connected to the same Wi-Fi as your computer.
3. Open Remote Mouse App, Click “Start” to connect.
- Compatible with older iPad devices
Easy to use
Workable but not sufficient for a real Mac user
(Commenting on the paid keyboard deal) It's all good and workable with the right connectivity as a second backup keyboard.
However I'm a real Mac user and I use shortcuts - heavily. Unfortunately it's not delivering that AT ALL, sad to say.
Eg You can't Select A (All), Shift to select more than one, not even type SPACE in order to close a dialog box if you know what I mean.
Wifi based, I can't use this until I type my password with a physical keyboard to login so that computer starts up and afterwards auto-connect to my local network.
Sorry I'm being picky, but to be fair, I've done reasonable research prior and I believe this is the best iPad keyboard there is at the moment. So I suspect all other competitors are not delivering anything better. So for the time being, I'd very soon have to get another overpriced Apple Bluetooth one for USD100 or so unfortunately.
needs improvements, but a useful app though
1)two finger scrolling not working in Safari
2)"caps" locked even on one click
3)keyboard on iPad does not return to characters page after inputing signs or symbols
4)chinese inputing not supported
pls address the issues. thx