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X10 Commander is an X10 Controller Client for the iPhone/iPod/iPad and is a native iOS application that allows you to control X10 devices anywhere in your house. Ever wanted to close the garage door while lying in your bed? How about turn the outdoor floodlights on but didn't feel like walking back downstairs to turn them on? Now you can! All you need is an X10 CM11, CM12, CM15, CM17 Firecracker, or CM19 device connected to a server piece which runs on your computer (Mac,PC,Linux) and X10 Commander will allow you to control all your X10 devices. X10 Commander consists of two pieces...a server piece which runs on your computer (Mac,PC,Linux) and the client piece which runs on your iPhone/iPad/iPod.
Supports the following servers:
* Windows: X10 Commander http://melloware.com
* MacOSX : Thinking Home http://www.alwaysthinking.com/
* Linux : Heyu with custom shell script http://melloware.com
The purpose of this program is simple: to allow control of your X10 devices from your iPhone/iPod/iPad with the touch of a finger.
* Control your X10 devices from your iOS device.
* No "line-of-sight" needed to control X10 Devices
* You are already using X10 Devices and already own an iDevice so now you can take it to the next level.
* Costs less than 1 X10 Home Appliance!
What's New in Version 1.94
Fixes iPhone 6 and 6 Plus issues
Works perfectly, reasonable price
I use this app to control lighting and appliances in both my home and vacation home. X10 module quality and phase issues aside this app has worked perfectly for me, and provides on/off and dim-level feedback for lighting modules which is handy in a remote application.
Good Enough - okay with iOS 9.2, Windows 10, CM19A
Works okay on iPhone 5c iOS 9.2 and free simple server app running on Windows 10 notebook PC with X-10 USB Wireless Transceiver CM19A. LAN or WAN access (WAN access with port forwarding). Stable running 24/7 for several weeks. Possible glitch sometimes for a couple of modules on/off signals due to interaction with other transceiver's (CM15A) signals; otherwise, it just works.
App works but needs updated interface!
C'mon bro... This is a $10 app that has zero effort put into its user interface. It seems the developer just slapped some buttons on the screen back in 2006 and called it good. It's now 2015 and not even default Xcode apps look this awful. For $10 I would like some effort put into the user experience... App functions but it's so basic the $10 price tag irritates me.