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Default [APP]Control your PC/Mac via WiFi

Hi, guys, I introduce an App that could control your PC/Mac. You can sit on the couch and being able to surf the web, play or pause media player.
And mouse click, virtual beautiful keyboard. All features works good. Please try it.
And the App forum link: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2156808.
 
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I always use TeamViewer
 
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Really good app for controlling my Mac. WiFi Mouse works as Mac's mouse and keyboard. But the full screen keyboard is Pro version feature.
 
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Looks nice, try it.
 
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WiFi Mouse works great, i can control my media player from my phone, it make me lazy.
 
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I am using WifiMouse for quite a while now and its awesome!
 
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Awesome app, even easy to start and show PPT presentation.

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