Universal Remote Control for iOS Blumoo
By Flyover Innovations
Open iTunes to buy and download apps.
This CHANGES everything!
Transform all of your iOS devices into the ultimate remote and entertainment control - this beast is way more powerful than your neighbor’s remote control.
Blumoo contains one of the most comprehensive remote databases capable of controlling well over 225,000 devices.
NOTICE: Blumoo HomeBase must be purchased to take advantage of the power of this mobile application.
Why Blumoo? Because it’s freakin’ awesome.
• One Blumoo works with all your iOS and Android devices
• You don’t have to point your phone at the TV. With no line-of-sight requirements you can control all of your equipment from anywhere around your home (even from outside or from other rooms).
• We control more. Complete database including controls for TV’s, Satellite/Cable boxes and DVRs, DVD/BluRay Players, CD Players, Speaker Systems and Soundbars, Receiver and Amplifier systems, Streaming Players, Gaming Consoles, and much more! Learn more at www.blumoo.com
• Create unlimited powerful macro (multi-function) buttons
• Embedded interactive channel guide and show details for any cable, satellite, or broadcast services
• Stream music from your phone to existing audio systems over long-range Bluetooth
• Put a Blumoo HomeBase in every room and quickly switch between them
• Set up your remotes once and share with anyone in your house
• Customize as you see fit
Don't buy new equipment when you can upgrade your perfectly good home theater equipment with Blumoo!
What's New in Version 2.0
- Updated the overall look of the app
- New setup flow to improve the experience
- Improved the look of the TV guide, added quick channel change feature
- Improved moving and deleting remotes on the home page
- Bug fixes
- Many small improvements
Much more to come in the following months!
This is obviously not a native app and it shows. It's very slow and lags and does not look like an iOS app. That being said its usable and it is better than the disaster produced by Logitech.
Too bad because the concept is nice. The execution is lacking.
Not very responsive