Unified Remote Full

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About this app

The one-and-only remote control app for your computer. Turns your device into a WiFi or Bluetooth universal remote control for Windows PC, Mac and Linux. Be lazy, you deserve it! Preloaded with support for 90+ programs including mouse & keyboard, media players, presentations, screen mirroring, power control, file manager, terminal, and much more.

Server: https://www.unifiedremote.com

“Fantastic tool for those of you who want to have a remote control for their computer for watching TV, or maybe for listening to music.” – Gizmodo

Key Features
• Easy server and app setup, that just works.
• Automatic server detection to easily find servers on your network.
• Server password protection and encryption for added security.
• Supports single and multi-touch mouse control.
• Wake On LAN to easily start your server.
• Includes light and dark color themes.
• Server is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
• Control other devices including Raspberry Pi and Arduino Yún.
• 18 free remotes

Full Version Features
• 90+ remotes
• Floating Remotes (use remotes over other apps)
• Custom Remotes
• Widgets & Quick Actions
• Voice commands
• Custom remotes
• IR actions
• NFC actions
• Android Wear (Quick Actions, Voice & Mouse)

Mouse, Keyboard, Screen, Volume, and more.

Spotify, iTunes, Google Music, Winamp, etc.

VLC, BSPlayer, Windows Media Player, PotPlayer, etc.

Media Center
Kodi (XBMC), Plex, Windows Media Center, Boxee, etc.

YouTube, Netflix, Hulu

PowerPoint, Keynote, Google Presentation

Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera

Power, Monitor, Files, Task Manager, Commands, etc.

All Remotes

Note that some remotes are not available for all operating systems.

• system alert window: for floating remotes.
• read phone status: for auto-pause when receiving calls.
• control NFC: for NFC actions.
• full network access: for server connection.
• view network connections: for server connection.
• view Wi-Fi connections: for server connection.
• pair with Bluetooth devices: for server connection.
• control vibration: for optional haptic feedback.
• prevent phone from sleeping: for optional wake-lock.
• transmit infrared: for IR remote control.
• install shortcuts: for launcher shortcuts.
Updated on
Aug 29, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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Ratings and reviews

58.4K reviews
Frank W. Cowles II
September 17, 2023
Works every time. No fussing around with trying to get it to work. I loaded to program to the computer and I let it run whenever the computer starts up, no need to restart the program when it reboots (computer: Dell XPS and phone: OnePlus 7 pro). Works with either WiFi or Bluetooth. It has a nice UI which is easy to understand. The extra option gives me better control over how I use it as a mouse and keyboard from my phone. Worth the money.
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Eddie Ling
August 26, 2023
Great app, connects quickly and easily and does the basic stuff I need. I really just use it for controlling media via web browser when I connect my pc to my TV, I'm sure there's a lot more possible though. One issue I have recently is my quick action notification bar disappeared, and I'm not sure how to get it back
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Terry Allen
July 7, 2023
I built a PC to use as a DVR a few years back. Controlling it with a media keyboard was a little cumbersome, so I googled alternatives. I chose Unified Remote, and have not been disappointed. The only problems I've encountered have been either issues with my system/hardware, or things that I've messed up. I haven't done any extensive/exhaustive testing, but every feature I've used has performed as expected. Two thumbs up, as they say. 👍👍
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What's new

Updated Android compatibility