Home Remote Control

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3.5
1.45K reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

The one Remote Control for your Windows/OSX/Linux/Kodi system.

Key Features
• Control mouse/keyboard
• Control the sound volume
• List/manage/download/upload files to the system filesystem
• Write custom commands
• Use a terminal
• Execute tasks in the future
• Control media
• Monitoring the system.

You can export any remote control profile as a json file, share it with friends/colleagues or import it to another app instance. For the Linux remote control no third party software is required except an SSH server which is most likely available via your package manager. Login via user and password or via SSH key.

Live Monitoring
The live monitoring shows information about the current CPU usage, used and max ram, network interface information, Bluetooth Mac address and connection name, left battery life in percentage, used and max swap, disk partitions and general information about the system architecture. You can also customize the monitoring request commands and display any kind of information you want.

Wake on Lan
Wake up a system via network with a so called "Magic Packet". You will find instructions on how to enable the wol feature inside the app.

Widgets
The app has 3 types of widgets for your home screen: one to send commands, another one to show live monitor information and one to wake up systems.

Windows/OSX
Login via scanning the QR code of the Server App(http://schubert-simon.de/remotecontrolserver/RemoteControlServer.zip).
Updated on
May 14, 2016

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3.5
1.45K reviews
A Google user
December 22, 2018
Pretty decent and certainly much better, than anything else i tried. I mainly use i3wm + qutebrowser + bunch of scripts, so anything on my laptop can be controlled via this app. Nice. Thanks) One FR/question: can I have the setting that I could press and hold key on virtual keyboard, and have continuous key-pressed event on PC? It's not crucial, but pretty desirable feature.
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A Google user
September 17, 2018
An interesting and fun experiment although a bit clunky. If you need to get things done then simply install a vnc server on the target box and a vnc client on your Android phone. Both are free and without nags and ads, and there are enough options both for clients and servers.
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A Google user
November 17, 2019
Wonderful! If I could use my phone's physical volume buttons to control my Linux machine it would be definitely the most useful app in its category. Please, please, add that feature. I would definitely buy the Pro version in that case.
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What's new

• fixed bugs
• updated libraries and android api
• live permission request dialogs