Remote Control Your Way!
Airmote II is an app you can use to control another computer. It’s great for use as a media center controller, a presentation remote, or a remote help utility. It runs on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch under iOS 4.0 or above.
Change the Look
Set it up your way! Don’t like a remote control layout? Change it! Rearrange the buttons, add new ones, change button colors or images, change the layout background, using an image from the built-in library, or one from your own Picture Album.
Change the Action
You can set up a button to do almost anything you can do sitting at the remote computer’s keyboard. And, you can view the remote computer screen and use touch to do almost anything you can do with the mouse. Point, click, and drag with multitouch gestures.
Control with a Touch
Pinch to zoom in on the remote desktop, drag to scroll it around, swipe to switch between remote control layouts at the flick of a finger. On the iPad, you can use a big layout on the main screen, and pop a smaller one over it for even more control. Export your custom setups and share them with others.
Pre-set or Customized
Use our built-in library of remote control layouts, buttons, images, behaviors and setups, or make up your own. Create any number of customizations and share them with others.
There’s no need to run a special program on the Macintosh. AirMote uses standard protocols OS X Mac already understands. Just give permission in the System Preferences and you’re ready to go! Free third party software available on other computers allow them to communicate as well. See the online help site for details.
- Connect to Mac, PC, Linux – any computer with VNC protocol
- Connect over Wi-Fi, Cellular, Internet
- Customizable Pushbuttons, Layouts, Backgrounds
- Put almost any keyboard actions on a pushbutton
- Preset layouts optimized for common functions
- No special software needs to be installed onto your Mac
Airmote II is a universal app that runs on the iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch. It requires iOS version 4.0 or above. On older systems, you can use the original Airmote app.
Airmote II communicates over the VNC protocol. This is built-in to the OS X Macintosh system, so no other software is needed. On other systems, you may need to install VNC server software, such as RealVNC or TightVNC.