WMouseXP Presentation Remote

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3.8
258 reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

Use your phone's volume rocker buttons to change PowerPoint Presentation slides on your computer/notebook - wireless via Bluetooth.

You can also control Windows Media Player and move, click the mouse cursor!

Uniquely simple, easy to setup and use. It just works!

Instructions are inside this App - Install NOW!

After Setup - Use it:
- Start a Powerpoint Presentation you have on your computer.
- Use your phone's Volume up/down buttons (on the side) to change presentations slides. Use "Volume Up" for next step/slide, "Volume Down" for previous slide.

Tip: Set your Android's Screen-timeout to be longer to avoid screen lock in the middle of a presentation. On your Android app list, go to "Settings" > "Display" > "Screen timeout" - you can set it to 30 minutes to be sure.

This WMouseXP mobile-app is free and the WMouseXP PC-app has a no-expiry free-demo mode too. PC-app free-demo limit: The PC-app would disconnect from mobile-app after 7 minutes. After disconnection by PC, you can press "Connect" from PC again as many times as you want - no expiry. It just works? Upgrade the PC-app to the Full Version - Only 4.95 USD!
Updated on
Oct 23, 2011

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3.8
258 reviews
A Google user
April 24, 2013
Good: very easy to set up Bad: won't work with the screen off and won't prevent the screen from going off automatically. No "start from current slide" button. Mouse is hardly usable a track pad would have been better
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A Google user
August 28, 2013
Please work on keeping screen on during presentation. Also the app disable my bluetooth the moment the connection between the pc and phone is ended. This is very frustrating
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A Google user
March 5, 2012
Mouse pad would have been better than the arrow directed control. Pity it is not free
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