How to remotely use your iPhone and iPad as a keyboard and mouse on any PC or Mac

How to remotely use your iPhone and iPad as a keyboard and mouse on any PC or Mac


Are you wondering if iPhone can also be used as mouse or keyboard remotely on PC or Mac? Of course yes! Now you can make your iPhone and iPad more handy and useful. You can use your iPhone/iPad as keyboard and mouse on your PC or Mac simultaneously, remotely and wirelessly. 

Now you can make your iPhone and iPad more handy and useful. You can use your iPhone/iPad as keyboard and mouse on your PC or Mac simultaneously, remotely and wirelessly.

You can access your PC or Mac keyboard with fast typing and can even control your mouse pointer right from your iPhone and iPad. Not only that you can also access your PC or Mac taskbar directly from your iPhone or iPad. But this all can be done with an app called Remote Mouse which is available for free on the App Store and this app also Offers Apple Watch App for iPhone. Remote Mouse works under Wifi and 3G network and is compatible with Windows 10, 8, 7, XP, Vista, Mac OSX 10.6+.

Remote Mouse turns your iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch into a wireless user-friendly remote control for your Mac / PC. It’ll surprise you with fully simulated touchpad, keyboard and featured remote panels which make your remote experience simple and efficient. 

Let’s say you are watching a movie from a 6 ft distance on your laptop and you want to pause a movie or skip some minutes of it. Now this cool app “Remote Mouse” will help you doing that. You don’t even need to touch your Mac or PC. You can simply do all the things from your iPhone or iPad.
Not only that, you can even shut down or restart your laptop using your iPhone or iPad with Remote Mouse. Isn’t it the cool app?

In addition to that Remote Mouse offers lot of features as;
  • Fully Simulated Mouse
  • Magic Trackpad
  • Multi-Touch Gestures
  • Function Keyboard in Landscape Mode (full version only)
  • Key Combination Input
  • Media Remote (need unlocking)
  • Support iTunes, Keynote, Powerpoint, Hulu and Powerpoint for Mac
  • Support Windows Media Player, Window Photo Viewer, Powerpoint and iTunes on Windows
  • Physical Volume Buttons Control to adjust computer volume and change presentation slides
  • Image Transfer (need unlocking)
  • Spotify Remote (need unlocking)
  • Application Launcher & Switcher
  • Shut Down / Sleep / Restart / Log Off Remotely
  • Numeric Keyboard
  • Swaying Mode Control
  • Remotely Typing with Voice (need Siri)
  • Connect via IP & QR code
  • Password Protection
  • Customizable Interface
  • Customizable Wallpapers

You should definitely try this app and share your thoughts in the comment section.
Remote Mouse is compatible with all iPhones, iPads and iPod touchs running iOS 7 or later.

How to remotely connect your iPhone using Remote Mouse app on PC or Mac
With this way you will be able to use your iPhone as a mouse or keyboard and use everything without even touching your PC or Mac .
Once you have downloaded the Remote Mouse app from the download link below or from App Store.
Turn on Wifi on your device.


To get started, you need to install the computer server. for Mac and Windows to allow Remote Mouse access. That is you need to download and install Remote Mouse server on your PC or Mac from www.remotemouse.net

After you have connected to your Wifi, tap on the Plus(+) button from the top left side.
It will now automatically detect IP address of your PC.

Now open up Remote Mouse App from iPhone & iPad and select your Computer or PC.
You are done!

You will see all the instruction to use remote mouse and keyboard from your iPhone and iPad.
Voila you can now able to use your iPhone and iPad as your mouse and keyboard simultaneously.


You can also configure options from the Panels tab and Settings app.

 
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