FlickNet provides two ways of controlling your PC(s).
You can use FlickNet as a remote keyboard and mouse, or you can send key sequences from our FlickStart app via
FlickNet to specific apps and windows.
For the control functions to work your phone and the target PC(s) need to be on the same network.Note:
FlickNet needs it's Windows companion app called WinFlickNet installed on your PC(s) before it can work. From your PC, got to the FlickStart website and download WinFlickNet
Many Windows apps such as PowerPoint, Windows Media Player provide a large number keyboard driven functions and so can be controlled via FlickNet.
Using FlickStart as the control agent you can target specific apps and windows on the PC.
FlickNet is free to try for one week and requires a once off in-app purchase to keep functioning after that.
You can get FlickStart
from the Google Play Store.
With FlickStart you can create commands to control specific PC apps for later replay, or you can import sets of commands we have already created for a number apps
Check out the documentation for FlickNet on the FlickStart