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Remote Mouse

By YANG TIAN JIAO

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Description

Remote Mouse turns your iPhone, iPad or iPod into a wireless user-friendly remote control for your Mac / PC. It’ll surprise you with fully simulated touchpad, keyboard and featured remote panels which make your remote experience simple and efficient.

Giving a presentation? Watching an online movie? Or transferring pictures within a second? We make it dead easy to control your PC/Mac! Just sit back and enjoy the day.


** FEATURES **

• Fully Simulated Mouse
• Magic Trackpad
• Multi-Touch Gestures
• Function Keyboard in Landscape Mode (full version only)
• Key Combination Input
• Media Remote – convenient control of iTunes, Keynote, Hulu and FrontRow (need unlocking)
• Changing Keynote Slides with Physical Volume Buttons (media remote feature)
• Remote Image Viewer & Transfer (need unlock)
• Application Launcher & Switcher
• Shut Down / Sleep / Restart / Log Off Remotely
• Numeric Keyboard
• Swaying Mode Control
• Remotely Typing with Voice (need Siri)
• Connect via IP & QR code
• Password Protection
• Customizable Wallpapers
• Works under Wi-Fi and 3G network
• Compatible with Windows and Mac OS X


** TO GET STARTED, YOU ALSO NEED **

1. Install the Remote Mouse App on your iPhone / iPad from the App Store

2. Make sure that your iPhone is connected to the same Wi-Fi as your computer

3. Open Remote Mouse App, Click “Start” to connect

What's New in Version 2.705

Memory leak issue fixes.

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Customer Reviews

Hard to get ride of

This app really didn’t work all that well. I was very disappointed. Buggy. And then to add insult to injury, it’s a pain to get rid of. Every time you time to drop the app in the trash, you can’t do it; it tells you that it’s running. No easy to find fix, but finally after a few googles I discovered that you can go to the Acvivity Monitor and shut it off. Then you can remove it.

What a nuisance!

Had to delete - memory leak

A friend of mine was using my computer earlier, and noticed it was running quite slowly for him. He took a closer look to see what was using all the memory, and noticed that Remote Mouse was using over 2 gigs of my memory.

Remote Mouse
View in Mac App Store
  • Free
  • Category: Utilities
  • Updated:
  • Version: 2.705
  • Size: 1.4 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor

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