The Mouse and Keyboard Remote turns your Android phone into a wireless remote control for your PC! You can control the mouse with a touchpad (like on laptops), and type text with the Android software keyboard or a built-in hardware keyboard. You also have the ability to send frequently used shortcuts (show desktop, shutdown, etc.). The remote control works via Wi-Fi but does not require an internet connection.
Imagine your PC’s touchpad right on your Android device. Multitouch gestures like scrolling and zooming are supported. You can toggle the keyboard to send keys at the same time.
Use the physical or virtual Android keyboard to type characters and they will appear on your PC. Important keys like Windows, Escape and Control are also available.
Simply say what you want to be typed on your PC. You can also use voice commands to control your PC's media, e.g. "skip this track" or "turn the volume up".
To receive the commands from the Remote Control App, you will need the Remote Control Server. You can download it for free from:
If you have trouble setting up a connection, follow this step-by-step guide or watch the video tutorial at:
Facebook fans can test the pro version for free:
For creating network sockets and using custom network protocols to connect with the pc.
Is needed to create a unique device id. Used to verify purchases and register unlock codes.
For haptic feedback.
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