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Remote Control

Turn your iPhone or iPad into the ultimate remote control for your Mac. Take full control over your Mac – use your iOS device as a trackpad and keyboard or launch any app from anywhere within your home.
To establish connection with your Mac follow quick in app tour or check more detailed guide here.


Using "Media" tab you can control system volume, and most video and audio players like iTunes, QuickTime and more. You also have dedicated controls for popular music and video streaming services like Netflix, YouTube, Spotify and others. If you miss controls for your favorite service you might want to drop me a line.

Volume & Playback

Volume control allows you to control system or iTunes volume (based on setting on your Mac). Tap volume control to mute / unmute.  Swipe up and down to change the volume.

PRO TIP: you can use your phone physical buttons to control Mac volume even if you are not on the Media tab.

More Controls

You can hide / show media controls for popular players & streaming services.

If you miss your favorite service / player - drop me a line.

AirPlay Mirroring

You can make your Mac mirror its screen to your Apple TV, and control it using keyboard & trackpad feature.

Tap Media tab twice / swipe up on the tab bar to show AirPlay Mirroring controls.
* High Sierra has a "feature" - media keys stop controlling iTunes, if you have some media open in Safari tab
* If media buttons doesn't work - toggle "Use F1, F2 etc. keys as standard function keys" in the app Settings -> Input Settings
* If iTunes is not on the Music tab it won't start playing if you tap 'Play' button - tapping next and then play will make it work


Using "Input" tab you can use your iPhone / iPad as Mac keyboard & trackpad, and using Live View you can view your Mac screen.


The whole screen is trackpad area. Use one finger tap for left click, and tap with two fingers for right click. On the right side you have scroll area - which you can use to scroll using one finger, instead of using two finger swipe on the trackpad area. On the bottom you have 3 buttons, long press will lock the button in the press state - so you can move windows, or select things using one hand. You can also lock left button by using quick double tap (tap once, and then tap second time, and without lifting the finger - move the cursor). And on iPad you can use three finger swipe for selection.

Input settings allow you to change scrolling direction, trackpad sensitivity and etc.


To show keyboard tap on INPUT tab, or swipe up on the tab bar. Top row consists of system buttons, to clock button in pressed state use long press. You can paste text using paste button - and the text will be sent to your Mac, also you can enter text using text field, or type it using keyboard. Enabling preview in the input setting will delay sending text to your Mac, so you can edit it while previewing the input. You can do multiple key combination - by holding modifier keys (CMD for example), and tapping regular key.

Enabling Auto Show/Hide keyboard, will hide keyboard once you start using trackpad to maximize its useful area, and once you lift your finger - will show keyboard.

Live view

Using to row buttons you can toggle live view, using zoom button you can grab a screenshot of the screen and interact with it, and you can use spaces buttons to switch between spaces. Last button will open input settings.
* Shaking iPhone / iPad will toggle on and off full screen trackpad mode
* To improve trackpad performance use 5GHz Wi-Fi when available 

Apps & Menu

Apps tab gives you full control over the applications on your Mac, you can launch or quit any app. Menu allows you to control currently active app via its menu from your iPhone / iPad.


After selecting an app from the list, you shown available commands: Start - to launch it, Bring to front - to make it currently active app, Add to Favorites - is useful if you use this app a lot using remote control (like Kodi for example), Quit - will close the app, Force Quit - will kill the app if its not responding, and Quit After allows you to specify timeout - I use this to play a music when I go to sleep, to stop the playback after an hour or so.


Here you see a list of commands available for currently active app, you can activate another app using Apps tab, and you can refresh the list using pull-to-refresh. You don't need to squint your eyes and read those menu items on your big screen TV feets away. Keep in mind that some applications don't have a menu.


System tab includes system commands like Restart, Shutdown, and more, and allows you to fully control your Mac from anywhere at your home or office.
Tapping command from the list will execute it immediately, using long press will show additional menu, that allows you to pick favorite actions or schedule an action for a later day. You may find it useful to put your Mac to sleep after a hour after your kids started playing, or locking it while you on your way out of the office.
Tapping twice on the System tab in the tab bar or swiping up on the tab bar while on System tab, will show a list of scheduled actions, to allow you to review and cancel them.