Remote Mouse: You Don't Need a Wireless Mouse or Keyboard
Article by George Norman
On 14 Oct 2013
Remote Mouse brings wireless mouse and keyboard functionality to your smartphone or tablet. This application turns your mobile device into a remote mouse and keyboard.

I used to have a wireless mouse and it was great, especially when I watched movies. I would start the playback, get comfortable in my bed, and enjoy the movie. When my significant other walked in to ask me something, I could easily pause the playback. But because I was careless and broke my wireless mouse, I can’t do this anymore.

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And here is where the Remote Mouse application comes in. I no longer have a wireless mouse, but I do have an Android smartphone. And thanks to the Remote Mouse application, I can use my Android as a nice replacement for my wireless mouse. Not only that, I can use my Android as a nice replacement for my keyboard. From my Android’s screen, I can control the mouse and I can also control the keyboard – all thanks to Remote Mouse!

Remote Mouse Main Features
  • Remote Mouse is available for Windows, Mac, iOS (iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad) and Android.
  • You will have to install Remote Mouse on your desktop and on your mobile. Then you will have to connect from your mobile to your desktop. The nice thing here is that you can automatically connect if both devices are on the same network.
  • Use your smartphone or tablet as a wireless keyboard or as a wireless mouse.
  • Supported mouse functions: move, click, double click, right click, scroll, drag.
  • Key combinations are supported.
  • Remote Mouse works over WiFi and 3G.

Say you have a PC and an Android. Get Remote Mouse for Windows and Remote Mouse for Android. Install them on your desktop and mobile, connect from your Android, and start controlling your mouse and keyboard from your smartphones touchscreen. You’ll see that using Remote Mouse is an effortless task.

Additional information on Remote Mouse is available here.




Tags: Remote Mouse, Windows, Microsoft, Mac OS X, Apple, iOS, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android
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