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It's unfair to say the application doesn't work as it should, because everything works fairly well, but most elements are still a small rough. The mouse tracking is a small laggy, and the auto-acceleration doesn't really do its job very well. Fun to mess around with, but not functional enough to replace my mouse. The idea for me is to replace my mouse (Mac) with my Nexus 7 functioning as a trackpad like the Apple brand one. Unfortunately, it's just not amazing enough. Also, the application hasn't been updated since April 2012, and that is embarassing for the developer. Please do more updates. I would have looked at WiFi Mouse Pro if I knew the developer wasn't responsive enough. UI is method outdated, includes no Holo elements, and just overall isn't that great. Would've been 5 stars as of latest April probably, but no updates since is seriously detracting. Obtain on it developer. It's now too late to obtain a
Epic 4g bugs; 1.)if u slide keyboard up disconnects 2.)have to begin server after each disconnect 3.)no option to create bluetooth/wifi default connection option. Makes me have to go begin latop(htpc w/hdd connected to them) a ain. BUTT WORKS GRETAT N TONS OF COOL FEATURES
Looking forward to updates on this amazing piece of work. Works far more consistently than related offerings, easy server is less intrusive to install on the host computer. Amazing in my classroom for media control, editing the projection from where ever I may be, everything else. Speech to text is awesome. Could use: Optional server password, Server to system tray, configurable media controls. Autocompleted text from SwiftKeyX does not go into the text output, only direct keystrokes.
I'm using a Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2" smartphone (Android 5.0.2), along with its S Pen stylus, to control a System76 Meerkat desktop miniPC (Ubuntu 15.04) - and it's proving to be an extremely useful AndroMouse input device, combining trackpad, keyboard, handwriting recognition input, and voice recognition input (although there are a few caveats, most of which can be worked around).
It works amazing when you only need to do a few mouse swipes and maybe hit enter once. But this isn't a reliable, innovative solution for adapting a tablet as a peripheral to another computer. The developer is unresponsive and unhelpful. I would recommend this application after you've tried other solutions.
i can't test connecting through wireless connection network in the lite ver (htc desire & dell windows 7). then i purchased and test through blue tooth. that's works fine but sometimes it delays. Also since the mouse sensitivity and scroll speed is not separeted, it is hard to use for ordinary web browsing or making documents. I suggest that the mouse sensitivity(=cursor speed) and vertical scroll speed shoud be separeted.
Simple to install and setup. I use Wireless connection for one computer and Bluetooth for the other one. It worked right away for both with my Galaxy S II. With the version, the speech input did not work. It does with the one. I have not use this application for long yet but it seems to perform very well. 4 stars because it does not work with Swype and for suggested words (probably similar problem). Please add help for the above and I'll place a 5 right away. ;-)
The app kind of works, but has quite some rough edges. The UI is not very consistent. The media player help sends weird keys (not the media keys found on keyboards). Mostly things that could easily be fixed. Unfortunately the development seems to be stagnant. My report is sitting for 1 month in a moderation queue on the developers site. Apparently the seem to not much care about their paying customers :/
WARNING: This application requires you to install a server on the PC you wish to control. I don't wish installing any "servers"! I just wish this application to simulate a easy Bluetooth mouse and keyboard, was it so difficult? Just wasted on it. Would give zero starts if I could.
I have tried a lot of of those. This is the only one that provided the mouse/keyboard combination, allowing for my favorite android device keyboard "messagease" and not dropping the connection every other minute. Needs a face lift though, coz it doesn't look the best as for the design. However, it does the job perfectly.
Good, easy but robust programme. Would be nice to have an interface for Web browsers and also help for other media players besides Windows Media Player e.g. Windows Media Centre or Comet Player. Better than other mouse apps I have tried. Recommended!
Thank you very much for finding another very useful use for my evo; But riddle me this programer can you figure a method to link it via blue-tooth to the PS3 or via WiFi? Now that would be the mother of all programs if you can link this with that but thanks again
FATAL DEFECTS 1. NO BLUETOOTH CONNECTION FOR MACS (MacBook pro running Sierra) ; One can connect only with WIFI. This might be similar to the fact that Andromouse Server (v6.3) is not updated to match ver on Andromouse (v6. 4). In any case I don't care the reason. Bluetooth connection doesn't work. 2. NO SCROLLING CAPABILITY. This renders the whole application as nothing but a dumb point and tool, forcing you to very precisely use the little scroll bars on web browsers. SPECIFICALLY THERE IS NO TWO FINGER SCROLLING on web pages or documents as seen on the Andromouse v5 documentation. Apparently these guys removed scrolling capability in their 'upgrade'! GREAT CONCEPT. FATAL FLAWS. RETURNING FOR REFUND. WILL BUY AGAIN IF THEY FIXED THESE TWO ISSUES.
I did a ton of research for a bluetooth mouse control for my Macbook Pro Retina. Not only was this the only thing I could search that appeared to work, but it actually DOES work. And works really well. My company WiFi locks down wireless connection control/connections, so this is the only method to control my laptop. The application works as described and shown. It took a bit of fidgeting with my bluetooth connection on both ends, but it finally took. I do agree that the UI is not exactly professional grade, but I'd rather something work well and need UI improvement than the opposite. Maybe some UI improvement in the future for this. Well worth the money.