Actions for iPad
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• Featured in AppStore's Best of 2012 and Editor's Choice in several countries •
Actions transforms your device in a smart and customizable controller for your Mac or PC, revolutionizing the axioms of computer interaction.
Drop the uneffective experience of navigating menus or learning always new and abstruse shortcuts, touch your workflow and keep focus on your task.
With Actions your most used commands are always at reach, in the form of a button, and the right ones are automatically served to you in the right context.
Change app from you iPad or computer and you will always get the right set of actions for your current application.
Compose your own sets for any software using the many action types available, such as shortcuts, system or media commands, snippets and much more. Customize them with different colors and icons. (+900!)
Love the easy way? Load entire sets or single software actions from the many presets available.
Actions covers universal and professional needs. It can both improve your workflow with hi-end software and day to day activities involving email clients and browsers; or even idly control iTunes or Vlc remotely from the warm side of your couch.
Embrace the new and step into the future of computer interaction.
Compose your palette choosing from a wide variety of actions:
• system commands
• media controls
• windows handling
• launch webpages
• create email templates
• text snippets
• Mac & Win compatibility
• Wi-fi syncing with auto-reconnection
• Works in landscape and portrait
• Organize your actions in Sets and Subsets
• Highly customizable (Sizes, Colors & Icons)
• 900 icons to choose from for your touchpads
• Multitouch gestures for most used actions
• Automatic set switching
• Target actions to a specific app
• Backup and exchange your sets with your friends
• Dropbox Sync
• Built in presets for the most popular applications, such as:
Ableton Live, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Indesign, Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop, Aperture, Evernote, Excel, Internet Explorer, Final Cut, Finder, Firefox, Garageband, Chrome, iCal, iMovie, iPhoto, iTunes, Keynote, Logic Pro, Mail, Notes, Numbers, Outlook, Pages, Pixelmator, Powerpoint, Reeder, Reminders, Safari, TextEdit, Vlc, Word, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows Media Player
*IMPORTANT NOTE: Not all listed presets are available for both Mac and Windows platforms
- Mac OS X Snow Leopard/Lion/Mountain Lion
- Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8 beta support (running iTunes)
- iPad and computer must be on the same Wi-Fi network
What's New in Version 1.2.1
• New Keyboard behaviors
- Hit spacebar 2 times to terminate sentence (adds a period)
- Automatic capitalization after period
•Several bug fixes
OMG This is awesome!!!!
I can switch between controlling my PC, Laptop, and Mac. Flows is the in app extension which is a MUST for being able to fully utilize the maximum potential of this application and make complex hotkeys be translated into the touch of a button. Think about anything you type the same, over and over and over. With this app it turns those same everyday keystrokes into pressing a single button. My iPad has been handy, but now it's essential for my work flow. imagine if you will... web coding in shortcut, anchor button command <a hre....... to the first " then wait, enter your data, continue with "> wait, enter data, continue, <\... done. Or photo editing, auto levels, auto contrast, image size save for web. push, push, push enter pixels, push, save...done.
Great app & time saver
This app is just great! There was a little learning curve for me at first, but once I got the hang of writing short macros for shortcut key commands, it is amazing. I had to purchase an add on called Flow at .99 cents, but it was the best buck I've spent in a while. This is fun. I have been using it with Pro Tools 11 on a Windows 7 PC, and it has truly made my life easier. Wifi wireless iPad control of my PC--very nice!!!
I have been looking for app to control my iMac. This app does that. If I open an app on the iMac, it opens the corresponding Actions on the iPad. If I open an Action on the iPad, it opens the correct one on the iMac. I sync the app to Dropbox. On the iMac, I made copies of a file used to control some tutorial apps. I then edited them on the iPad. When I contacted support, I got a quick response.