By Flaming Tortoise Enterprises
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Reverse Remote does the opposite of Apple's Remote app: it allows you to control your iPhone/iPod/iPad's music player from a computer on the same WiFi network. This is useful if your device is docked in a speaker set or stereo system.
You start Reverse Remote on your iOS device, then browse to the displayed address in your computer's web browser. Reverse Remote serves up a web page that lets you browse by playlist, artist, song, album, audiobook, composer, genre, or podcast to select tracks and then control playback in a "Now Playing" window similar to that on the iPod/iPhone.
Note that there is essentially no support for libraries accessed via iTunes Home Sharing. Reverse Remote only allows you to browse music that is locally available on your iOS device.
I can't communicate via the reviews on this page. If you're having trouble, please send an email via the address at the "Reverse Remote Support" link or post a question on the Facebook page, and I'll try to help out.
What's New in Version 3.1.1
-Restored the volume control for line out devices
-Fixed a bug affecting libraries with certain non-printing Unicode characters
New in Reverse Remote 3.1:
-New tabbed interface
-New "Controller" tab lets you control other instances from within the app
-Support for multiple screen orientations
-Support for iPhone 5 screen
Gets the job done, works flawlessly, no setup headaches!
Being a student, my "sound system" consists of a few old but surprisingly clear computer speakers. They sit in a corner of the room plugged in. When I want to listen to music, I plug in my iPod Touch, fire up the app, and go back to using my laptop. No setup to speak of, nothing extra to download on your computer since the infer ace is browser-based, and it has never done anything but worked great the last year I've been using it. I would definitely buy this again.
Genius app, works perfectly.
This app solves a somewhat niche purpose but does so perfectly. Music tree (artists, albums, playlists, etc) on your iPhone is navigable via you laptop browser. If you dock is across the room and you don't want a cable draped through the middle of the room, this is a brilliant use of $1.99. Love it.
Just what I was looking for.
This is exactly what I wanted. I had an old pair of decent computer speakers sitting around that I would use to play music on my iPad. I just plug them in start the app and can control my playlists and music from my PC. Great job to the developers!