Hawkeye Access lets you control your Mac using head movements. Rotate your head to move the mouse and make facial expressions to click, drag, and scroll. Powered by your iPhone's TrueDepth camera.

NOTE: Hawkeye Access requires an iPhone or iPad with a TrueDepth camera. This includes iPhone X, XS, XR, 11, 11 Pro, and the new iPad Pro.

Using your iPhone or iPad's TrueDepth camera, Hawkeye Sidekick lets you control your Mac hands-free using head movements. Intuitive controls let you perform common actions using facial expressions. Best of all, Hawkeye Sidekick works with every app on your Mac so you can browse the web, play games, edit videos, and much more. For people with motor impairments, this makes using a Mac far easier.

How it Works:

- Open the Hawkeye Access app on your Mac
- Open the Hawkeye Sidekick app on your iPhone or iPad
- The apps will instantly connect using Bluetooth, no setup required.
- Rotate your head to move the cursor
- Smile, pucker your lips, raise your eyebrows, or stick out your tongue to perform clicks, drags, and scrolls.


- Pick the expressions that work best for you
- Assign expressions to actions
- Adjust cursor and expression sensitivity
- Or, use your Mac's built-in Dwell Control

And much more...

- Shake your head to undo
- Open with "Hey Siri..."
- No external hardware needed

To get started, download Hawkeye Access on your Mac and Hawkeye Sidekick on your iPhone or iPad.

We'd love to hear what you think of Hawkeye Access! Email us at or tweet us @HawkeyeAccess.

What’s New

Version 1.0.1

Small fixes and other improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

rp1242 ,


It works pretty well, but you might need to play with the settings and change the gestures. In my case, I kept dragging when I didn't want to. Also, there should be a way to make a gesture trigger Siri or Dictation, so someone wouldn't have to use the head tracking to type.

Robrogan ,

Nice idea

I've used it on the phone and it works okay. Tried this but it's just stuck at "download for iPhone" and I've already done that - even manually conntected to bluetooth since the description mentioned it works over bluetooth. I also don't see it working too well unless I have the hardware shown in the example above. The phone is pretty far from where I'm looking at the iMac screen.

jon23d ,

Doesn't seem to work with multiple monitors

Unfortunately, this otherwise promising software is currently unusable to me due to this.

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