EasyWOL is a tool to wake up your computer in your local network with your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch or Apple TV.
By clicking the "+" button you can add a new host.
To wake up a host, you just have to click at the host and confirm the process.
• Simple User Interface
• Easy handling
• Save multiple hosts
• iCloud Synchronization
• Wake On Lan via Broadcast
• Apple Watch Support
• Apple TV Support
• iPhone / iPad and your computer have to be in the same subnet
• Wake-On-Lan must be configured and activated on your computer
New since version 2.2:
• iPhone X support
• iOS 11 optimizations
• watchOS 4 optimizations
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Use it on my phone and appletv to wake my media center PC. Does one thing but works every time!
It actually works
It took mea couple of days trying to configure my computer, but that was not the apps fault. Once I figured out where I went wrong it woks flawlessly. If you are new at this (WoL) stuff like I am then this might help:
Make sure your Ethernet(wired) to router
In bios under wake up select: BIOS and not OS.
Select: wake up with PCIe ( I know, it doesn't make sense) I don't even have a card in mine.
The rest of the help this programmer was right on.. Just make sure magic packet are enabled in Ethernet setting on the network page.
First line put the ISP of the COMPUTER U R WAKING UP. Second line MAC, third the number 9, and forth line is the name of your computer (the name that comes up when you log into windows)
Great Little Utility
Nice, no-nonsense wake-on-LAN client. The recently added iCloud sync is very convenient if you use multiple devices. It's now even available for the Apple TV, so you can e.g. wake up a media server directly from the ATV.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.