How To Turn Android Into A Remote Controller For Mac
It’s fact that Apple products can’t be ignored until now and this is the reason so many Android users are still using the Mac in office or home as a work computer or just for an entertainment tool, here’s a handy remote for them, a XDA developer member mushrom has just released a Mac remote for Android that lets you “as the name stand for” use your Android smartphone and tablet as a remote controller for your Mac machine.
The Mac Remote connects your Mac and Android device via a Wi-Fi network, however both must be on same Wi-Fi network. The Mac Remote is really easy to use as it’s very simple, you just need an Android device with Mac Remote app installed, your Mac’s IP address, then log in and you’re done.
However as for you can use the Mac Remote just to control the media playback on your Mac wirelessly like you’re able to watch movies without leaving your bed. It’s same as your TV and TV remote, at this time the Mac Remote works with VLC, iTunes, iPhoto, Spotify, Quicktime, MplayerX and Preview.
However the Mac Remote also can be used for a few other tasks like you’re able to shutdown, suspend and adjust brightness and volume.
The Mac Remote Android app features a simple and easy to understand interface, keep in mind that the app works just OSX devices and it needs Android devices running Android 2.3 or above. The app is available for free, head over to the below link to download the Android Mac Remote app:
Download Mac Remote for Android [Google Play Store Link]