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Here is one I use every single day. There are hundreds of different remotes to choose from and they are really handy.
What does this app do better than Unified Remote and why should I use InfiniMote over such an established and reliable app?
Why should I trust you enough to give your app full control over your desktop PC if you don't have a website, don't have a privacy statement, don't have a registered company or even an address or pretty much anything beyond a gmail-address?
Why should I trust you when you're launching your product with what I can only assume is a pretty bold lie? (See [link] )
Don't get me wrong, the Android app actually looks ok (I'm not going to install the desktop app for the aforementioned reasons)- but the way you launched this makes me have absolutely zero confidence in you or your app.
I'm sure it's been posted many times before, but man, I'm just discovering how cool Unified Remote is.
I've been wanting a tool to remotely lock my laptop using my phone (because dammit, we should have that ability by now), and this is the ticket... I've set it up so I have a quicksettings notification that automatically starts/hides thanks to Tasker integration. I've only scratched the surface of what's possible, but I'd recommend giving it a go if you like the sound of controlling your computer from your phone.
Consultar Unified Remote Full - [link]
You need to install the server app on the computer you are going to use.
It doesn't appear on the play store pics, but it has a dedicated controller for PowerPoint.
Its PowerPoint integration was buggy. I do a lot of professional presentation and I cannot afford glitches. After several updates without a proper fix, I gave up.
Maybe with Unified Remote Full. I guess that should do the trick. Link
I use Unified Remote on my watch and it's quite good
It puts a notification card saying you're connected to the computer, and you can swipe it for mouse control, volume control, play/pause, it also has voice commands
You can use Unified Remote with the Pi. ([link])
They have a server package just for it: [link]
Just use a remote app.
I use Unified Remote, I'm pretty sure the free version let's you use the basic stuff like mouse and text input
I'm pretty sure Unified Remote is available on iOS as well..
Note: Link goes to the Free iOS version and the $0.99 Full Version can be bought as an IAP from the app itself.
Android has a separate full version app (I think it also has an IAP in free version but the separate full version is better because of Family Sharing) also on sale for $0.99. Android app can be found here: Link.
Sale lasts this weekend I think. According to their twitter.
I use unified remote(a free version also exists) that got various remote functionality. One being able to send a wake on lan signal to your server. As soon as I'm in my local wifi I can send the signal to my PC. I also shut down my PC with this app. Other things I use it for is controlling my media player (MPC-HC), volume of my PC, YouTube, open batch files (e.g. one loads all movie files from one folder into my player), control the mouse.
Hands down, Unified Remote is the best for this. Highly customizable, lots of features and platforms supported, no contest. I've been using it for years, since my S3, and it's simply the best.
It's an awesome app that allows you to control your computer using your phone. You download the software in your computer, making it a server. You download the app, making your phone the client. Then, you send commands over WiFi using this client-server relationship. Really easy to set up, and there is solid Tasker integration.
The feature is called, "Wake On LAN", where your phone will send a magic packet over your LAN to wake up your computer via Ethernet port. So I have Tasker run that action whenever I switch back to my home router from another router.
More specifically when: Variable %lastWIFI !~ %WIFI and %WIFI ~ "Linksys".
to share a mouse and keyboard the easiest way involves having them connected to the tablet, and having the tablet share these peripherals to your PC. You can do it through USB on the go with a hub, or with Bluetooth peripherals. I recommend using Unified Remote as the app to connect everything over WiFi.
there are a couple of apps that do the reverse but I haven't had much success with them
That's the free version, isn't it? Might as well link the paid version, since that's the one with the sale going on. [link]
I just bought it and installed it on all my devices, too ..
LG GWR user as well, it's Unified Remote
It's insanely laggy for me when using my GWR to navigate. I'm using a Nexus 5 and am right next to my router. Mouse navigation from my Nexus 5 is fine, but not my GWR.
Still cool, trying out the voice commands now.
I've had this on my wish list for so long.. Thanks for reminding!
Also, if anyone wants a desktop-to-phone mirroring app, Unified Remote is nice. It's a little slow for me, so if anyone knows of better alternatives please do mention them.
This is my go to one,
There is a free version as well, but I love the buttons in the notification menue that you can get with the full one :)
Been using it for maybe 3 years.
Unified Remote. You'll have to buy the full version for what you'll want; you can create widgets (android) that do specific things. There is a webserver that will also need to be installed on the laptop. (Windows?)
I have a button that does exactly what you're describing.
1: Download the app.
2: On your computer, download the Webserver. And follow the instructions to setup.
3: Connect your phone to the server by following the prompts in the app.
4: On your home screen (again, Android) press and hold the screen until the option for "widgets" appears. Select the Unified Remote option and you'll see an assortment of tiles. Some are multi, I'm going to use the single one in my example. Select it and place it on your home screen.
5: The App will open, hit "Edit"
6: Hit the the large tile (lightning bolt)
7: At the bottom hit "Change Action"
8: "Remote Action", "Next"
9: "Keyboard (Core.Keyboard)", "Next"
10: "Press (Press Key(s))", "Next"
11: "+", "lwin" ^^You ^^can ^^search ^^buttons ^^and ^^select ^^them, "ok", "+", "L", "ok"
12: Select your server and hit next.
13: Hit Done.
15: Change the colour, give it some text (if you want), change the icon; when you're done, hit the check mark at the top.
16: Hit it again
18: Now you have a button that suits your purpose.
I mentioned Windows and Android because that's what I'm familiar with. I'm not sure if this would work on other platforms. Hope this helped! (I cannot recommend that app enough, only one I've ever paid for.)
I haven't tried it with TES:Legends yet, but I use Unified Remote for PC and the Google Play companion app. Lots of useful utilities, as well as a screen mirror, which I assume is where it could be used to play.
I like using my phone. Unified Remote works over wifi, I setup the server on my pc and use my phone as a m+kb from afar. [link]
That said. I've been considering buying one of those tiny keyboard & trackpad things for my pi.
I am using an app for that, it's called Unified Remote Pro.
It has a function called screen mirroring, you can see your exact computer screen on your phone (you can zoom and move the viewpoint).
You can also simulate mouseclicks with touching your phone screen, so you can accept WHILE you pee!
I am taking the longest pees after discovering that app.
Thanks! I kept hunting and ended up going with this:
It's working perfectly so far. My PC is wired and some of the solutions required it to be on the same wifi network. Glad I found something, the one you posted would probably do the trick too!
Unified Remote: [link]
I don't think I've ever seen Unified Remote Full (paid version) suggested in here. I've been using it for years. You can remote control your Windows PC from your phone and it has special remotes for specific programs like vlc, potplayer, YouTube, Netflix, mediamonkey, slide shows, chrome and many others. It also has remote viewing. Unified Remote Free version
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if you're on Android try
With Unified Remote Full, it lets you create widgets and assign any button to whatever you want.
Unified Remote. Still could use some updates but I still use this app daily.
Best solution I can think of is to use Unified Remote. It can be controlled via Tasker and will control iTunes on a pc.
The link is for the paid version. There's a free one as well, I think.
Unified Remote! It will take a little bit of work, you might have to make a custom remote (tutorial online). It's a really awesome and powerful app though. I have a widget set up to turn on my TV I use as a monitor and set my computer to extend the display.
NINJA EDIT: Just remembered they have a new beta app Unified TV, it will let you make a remote for your TV with little effort, and it has 1x1 widgets. It's only a dollar.
EDIT 2: Added links
I created a widget for Kodi using Unified Remote
Unified Remote (Free version) probably the best.
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full version for 0.89€
Yes it communicating with my phone to send the shutdown command to my PC remotely. You need Unified Remote, Tasker, and Trigger to do this. Well this is the way I achieve this. if anyone else knows of an easier way to do this then please comment.
I use tasker to set a task that will use unified remote to send the shutdown PC command and I use Trigger to write the task to the NFC chip.
A couple of the apps are paid apps but are well worth it if you are a lazy sod like me. With Unified Remote you can play/pause any media on your PC as well as control the mouse and keyboard so you never have to leave your bed. If you would like me to show you how to set up the NFC shutdown I can upload some screenshots and explain the process. Just let me know. :)
I use Unified Remote's Tasker plugin to wake/sleep my pc via Tasker. It works well and can do other handy things as well. [link]
Unified Remote Home website
Unified Remote Full
Unified Remote Free
Make a Remote Control out of Your Android or Windows Phone with Unified Remote.
Unified Remote has tons of options, your needs pending.
[link] this may be?
May have already been mentioned but I'm going to mention them again to reiterate how awesome they are:
Unified Remote: it let's you control your PC from your phone. Full keyboard, mouse (using gestures), and even power control options.
Llama: allows you to create location based profiles that are defined by cell towers, not GPS, so it light on your battery. You can customize them for turning on/off features like wifi or bluetooth or setting your phone to silent/vibrate/loud. You can also add in modifiers like "IF at home between 7am-10pm THEN set phone to normal, turn on wifi, turn off bluetooth UNLESS device connected". The options are really only limited to you.
MX Player: by far the best video player I've had on any device. Ad-free available with purchase.
AIMP: by far the best audio player I've had on any device. Ad-free for free.
File manager: allows you to copy/move/delete/etc your files like you would on a PC. Can also be linked to cloud storage (dropbox, google drive) to manage those from the same interface.
Nova Launcher: replaces the interface on your phone with on that is much more customization options.
how about control it with your cell?
works for me fine
Unified Remote has Google Music remote built in. Easiest way to do what you want to do I think.
That's this one, right?
Unified Remote ([link])
Will allow you to send whatever IR code you want.
Have you tried Unified Remote?
Unified Remote Should be able to do that.
Best app ever definitely better than any remote