Seattle, Washington – m3me, Inc. has announced Remote Conductor 1.0 for iPad, a productivity app for wirelessly controlling a Mac. Remote Conductor has a simple, polished UI and delivers three main features focused on streamlining everyday computing tasks: Application / Window Switcher, Remote Program Launcher and Wireless Trackpad.
Remote Conductor communicates securely over Wi-Fi with a free server program that runs on the Mac. The trackpad supports most modern multi-touch features such as left and right clicking, scrolling and dragging. It also has gestures for bringing up Expose, Spaces or the Dashboard. The Launcher allows programs on the Mac to be started just like apps on the iPad. It also displays icons pinned to the Mac’s dock as a scrollable row at the bottom of the screen. The Application / Window Switcher displays all the Mac’s open windows as thumbnails in a unique, scrollable grid. Any individual window can be focused and raised to the front by tapping on a thumbnail. This feature is unique to Remote Conductor.
“Many of us have iPads and really enjoy using them, but they sit idle for most of the day while we use our computers for heavier tasks,” commented m3me co-founder, John Marshall. “Remote Conductor allows you to leverage your iPad’s large touchpad and stunning display to use your Mac more effectively.”
* Wireless control of a Mac over WiFi
* Trackpad with multi-touch gesture support
* Remote Application Launcher – works just like launching apps on the iPad
* Application / Window Switcher – view thumbnails of open windows and switch between them
* Supports the Mac’s Spaces feature
* Strong 256 bit AES encryption on all network traffic
* iPad with iOS 3.2 or later
* 1.3 MB
* Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard)
* Local Wi-Fi network
Pricing and Availability:
Remote Conductor 1.0 is $9.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Utilities category. Review copies are available upon request.
Based in Seattle, Washington, m3me, Inc. is a software company founded by former Microsoft and Google engineers in 2009. The company is focused on developing applications that enable mobile devices to enhance the everyday computing experience. Copyright (C) 2010 m3me, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S and/or other countries.