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Connect your computer to big screen TV, control it remotely with keyboard, mouse, and media controls in the app, sit back on the couch and relax.
Turn your iPhone or iPad into the wireless extension of your Mac/Windows PC keyboard. Add dedicated numbers, arrows and other blocks to your Mac/Windows PC keyboard. Why buy additional hardware that you have to carry around with you if you can have it almost for free?
Turn your iPhone or iPad into the wireless flash drive for your Mac. Have full access to your Mac files – use your iOS device to stream videos, view photos and documents, from anywhere within your home.
Use your iPhone or iPad to compose music in Sibelius on Mac. Add dedicated pads for Sibelius. Why buy additional hardware that you have to carry around, when you can use this great app instead!
Apps are powered by Remote for Mac/Windows helper app, which you can download right here, for free, and install on as many computers as you wish.
macOS 10.10 or newer
Windows 7,8 or 10
If you’re using your Mac as a media center, either powered by something like Plex or Kodi, you’ve probably got a keyboard or mouse hidden underneath your television or couch. With Remote Control for Mac, you can control your media center from your iOS device using the available trackpad and keyboard in the Input section.
Remote for Mac adds the convenience that we expect from our devices in the 21st century. It turns your iPhone or iPad into a fully loaded remote control for all kinds of functions on your Mac. It brings full trackpad and keyboard control to your phone, so you can use your Mac without leaving the couch.
The media tab is handy if you use a Mac as a media center. There are buttons for play/pause, skipping forward and back, volume up and down, and mute. There are also controls accessible from a toolbar at the top of the screen for system features like brightness, arrow key controls, and AirPlay, as well as specific media apps and sites like iTunes, Netflix, and Amazon Prime.
Not only does it let you control your Mac without seeing your Mac’s screen, it does so in very activity-centric ways. Watching Netflix or YouTube? Cool, you get controls specific for each service. Running Plex or VLC? No problem, the controls change to give you very app- and service-specific controls, tailored perfectly to give you only what you need.
Macs can make excellent home media centers, but it can be awkward setting up a mouse and keyboard to control it from the couch. It's even harder to pull that off if you're using Apple TV and AirPlay to mirror your Mac from elsewhere in the house. That's where apps like Remote Control for Mac come into play. With it, you can use your iPhone or iPad to type and move the cursor. A recent update even lets you get this all done with your Apple Watch! Let's dig in and see what else this app has to offer.
Whether for work or sheer indolence, Remote Control for Mac lets you fully control your Mac with iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch. Developed by Evgeny Cherpak, the app converts an iOS device into a trackpad and keyboard for Mac. You can adjust the volume of your Playback, launch, or close any app, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. The app has a host of features that can improve, simplify, and remote-fy Mac’s usage.
Remote Control for Mac – Pro enables you to control your Mac using your phone so you don’t have to bother with the Mac itself, and although there’s a lot going on in this app, it somehow gives you an interface that’s immediate and coherent.
Let me introduce myself: my name is Evgeny, I'm from Israel, and I have been an indie developer since 2016. It was my 35th birthday present for myself. I'm also one man show - I do everything, apps, website, support and marketing. I live in northern Israel, very close to the Sea of Galilee, and not in Tel-Aviv :) If you want to reach me, my personal email is hi at cherpake.me, and if you have any trouble with the apps - please use firstname.lastname@example.org