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How to Use Mobile as Wireless Mouse and Keyboard

How to Use Mobile as Wireless Mouse and Keyboard

If we discuss about useful ways in which you can smartly use your Windows 10 PC, then we must outline into our debate the products that can be connected with your computer and which can make your life easier. And yes, as you might have already guessed, your Android-based portable devices can help you smartly use your Windows 10 PC so that you can better schedule your daily plans and projects.

For Android

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or just want a way to transform your phone into a wireless mouse or keyboard? While a tablet can provide great functionality, few things beat your smartphone for touch responsiveness, esp. if you want to control your PC at a distance, e.g. for presentation, media players, browsing, etc. We show how your smartphone can operate as a mouse for any PC.

WiFi Mouse(keyboard trackpad)control your computer

These free app can transform your phone into not only a mouse or keyboard, but also a joystick, gamepad, media controller and much more. It’s great for gamers, but options such as text transfer and presentation mode open up additional opportunities.
Download Receiver for pc
Key features:
➢ Fully Simulated Mouse
➢ Simulated Computer Keyboard & number pad
➢ Support copy & paste text to computer(new).
➢ Magic Trackpad
➢ Multi-Touch Gestures
➢ Shutdown / Sleep Computer Remotely
➢ Media Controller(support YouTube, VLC, Spotify and etc)
➢ Voice Input Remotely
➢ Application Launcher
➢ Browse & open computer files
➢ Password protection
➢ Games Pad(Play computer games remotely), such as control Roblox games on PC.
➢ Screen capture
➢ Air mouse for presentation(Gyro sensor)
➢ RDP(Remote desktop screen)
➢ Control PPT / Keynote Presentation Remotely
➢ Support bluetooth(Beta for Windows)
➢ Stream and control DLNA devices
➢ Compatible with Windows 7/8/10, Mac OS x/Linux

For IOS

Install Remote Mouse on Your Computer

On your Windows or Mac, download the appropriate version of Remote Mouse below. I’ll be doing the tutorial on a Mac running Yosemite (10.10.1).

Use Your Phone as a Mouse

Make sure Remote Mouse is enabled on your computer, then open up the app on your mobile device and it will begin searching for your computer, which should only take a few seconds.
Once it connects, you can begin using it as a mouse. Move your finger across the screen to move the cursor. Tap with one finger to left-click, with two fingers to right-click, and pinch to zoom in.
On your mobile device, use the computer icon at the top (second from the left) to power off and restart your computer, as well as put it to sleep and log out of your profile.
The play icon will allow you to control music in iTunes, Keynote, Hulu, and Front Row on Mac, and iTunes, PowerPoint, Windows Media Player, and Windows Photo Viewer on Windows. However, this is a paid feature, so you’ll need to make an in-app purchase of $1.99 to use it.

Use Your Phone as a Keyboard & Open Apps

You can view the apps on your computer’s dock from the window icon, where you can open an app by tapping on it; as of now there’s no way to close them.
Finally there’s the keyboard icon, where you can type into any text field on your computer using the keyboard on your phone. Using the “return” key on it works the same as hitting “Enter/Return” on your computer.
By sujeet kumar

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