PHRemote - Pi-hole Remote 4+

Tyson Oswald

    • 4.5 • 6 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

** Remote control for Pi-hole network wide ad blocker. You must have a Pi-hole on your LAN for this tool to be useful.

PHRemote is a tool for disabling and enabling your Pi-hole network-wide ad blocker. Ever have the situation where you can't get to a website or view some content on your streaming device? You may discover that your Pi-hole is blocking something and you need to disable it for awhile to view your content. Logging into the website to disable your Pi-hole can be a tedious process, so PHRemote can solve your issue when you configure it to connect to your Pi-hole. Best thing is it works for all IOS versions from IOS version 11.0.

Features include:

- Dark Mode
- Supports two devices
- Customize the disable buttons
- Enable/Disable and set polling interval
- Enable/Disable and set connection timeout
- Enable/Disable Cellular communication
- View Block list
- View Forwarded List
- Add blocked domains to white list
- Add forwarded domains to block list
- Scan QR Code to setup API key
- API key is stored securely

What’s New

Version 2.0.1

Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

Sam_Marcus ,

Functional, but pitiful interface

Does exactly what it says it does, but *really* strange UI decisions, nearly to the point of functional detriment. A few small tweaks would make this a superstar app 🙏🏼

Sinon6384848 ,

Works Great wish it allowed multiple piholes

Works great however would love to be able to use it to control both my piholes (for redundancy).

abqwildcat ,

Rudimentary but greatly useful!

This app does exactly what it says it does. It’s rudimentary, in that I sure do wish it could do MORE with my pihole, but it’s great that now when I’m not home, my partner can temporarily drop the shields on our home network and get whatever website or app that isn’t working to load.

The app is easy to use, and my only gripe was that it only accepts an IP address for the address of the pihole. It would be an obvious step to have the app search at pi.hole if you didn’t know the up address.

Wonderful job so far and I really do hope the author continues development.

App Privacy

The developer, Tyson Oswald, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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