All of my remotes in one app: a convenience I have had for several years. Be prepared for some work to get started. Explore the options (icons) at the outset. Then you just search the database for one or more code sets that match one of your remotes. Repeat for each remote. Make them as pretty as you want. Name each virtual remote with a version tag for backup. Throw your remotes in a drawer somewhere. You're done.
Automated network commands do not work even if set more than 10 minutes out. Need to be able to remove network ir devices after they no longer have the same dhcp ip address. Needs to have a place to learn new commands such as protocol, device code and obc.
Tragedy. So many ads I wasn't able to get anything to work. It kept adding directv automatically after i deleted it over and over. I have directv so you'd think this is good but it doesn't do anything. Worthless user interface. You know by how many help sections they have, this things a user nightmare.
I don't know how many versions this app has, I purchased the pro version and used on my HTC. Some of the remotes are learned and worked fine, and then I change phone now a LG G5, I installed the app from backup and it worked after switching the IR blaster to Android one. Just now I created a custom remote and the learning doesn't work, the phone doesn't respond to the IR, even with the one I used for learning before. I then installed this version but it doesn't see my backup I've to redo evertbing, and still it doesn't work in learning mode, I don't know what to blame my phone or the app !!
I had been using Peel (which came installed on my phone), but ads got way too bad so went looking for an alternative. I tried a few. I liked this the best due to its widget customization ability. I love it ...much better than Peel (even ignoring the ads)
Ads are annoying in the free version, would rather just be limited to one remote or something, but the full version is well worth it. I was able to set up three IR devices and a Roku perfectly, and the macro buttons make switching configurations very easy. I haven't found a use for the raw TCP/UDP packet/HTTP feature, but I LOVE that it's an option, and it gives me confidence that I'll still be using this app as my home network/theatre changes over the years.
New Location permission: we don't need nor care about your location, but Google requires it for all apps that want to use Bluetooth 4.0 LE. For any concerns, please email Google.
- improved initial setup process
- overall reliability improvements
- fixed Roku
- easier configuration
Universal Remote control for TV, Cable/Satellite, Apple TV,Roku, DVD & TV Guide
Panasonic TV Remote 2 shares content between VIERA and a smartphone or tablet.