Does the job. Had many issues with other similar setups. Biggest issue with this one is lack of obvious help finding and installing the PC server. Developer: Consider linking in app or in the Play Store app description to an easy website with the server available and helpful instructions for making sure it has appropriate windows and firewall permissions. Once the server install is taken care of, I'm finding both app and server stable and reliable. Might very well upgrade to paid if it keeps working well.
Works perfect but a little design would go a long way. Worked like a charm right off the bat. For me that's barely half the battle. There needs to be at least a tiny bit of thought into design and there is utterly zero in this app. Look at the logitech version on the iPhone! I mean I could spend 5 to 10 minutes in photoshop and make this look a million times better. Ads also suck. Logitech made the free server that this app uses. It's nice that it exists but should not be ad driven or cost anything when relies on logitech's free server and has no design effort.
Works! It works perfectly fine. To the people who say it doesn't, they have no technology background. This app runs through your router in order to connect to your computer. In this case you need to download the "Logitech mouse touch server" this program after it is installed on the computer will let setup an IP address or server address for this app to connect to. By doing this, this apo can take control of the mouse and keyboard drivers on the computer. If you are having troubles, message me.
Great app! Back when I switched to android from iOS I was devastated that Logitech only made an iOS version of their TouchMouse app. This was a godsend for someone who needs to control their computer from a distance, and a perfect example of the benefits pf an open app store.
Long time user When I left ios years ago I was so pleased to find this on android. Glad it is back in the store. Read the instructions, set it up and it will work.
For those who don't have a menu button (nougat 7.0, one plus). You can temporarily enable the on-screen menu in Settings-Buttons-On-screen navigation bar. The three little dots should appear on the bottom right and you can now enter your server IP address. Disable the menu when you're done.
*Added auto discovery of computer
*improved support for hardware keyboards
*Improved settings screen
*Added change server menu option
*Fixed connection issues
*Only servers which work are put in history
*Fixed bug with wifi dialog
*New reconnect icon