wwPCRemote lets you remotely control your PC using your iPhone. Things you can control
- Devantech USB relays, which let you turn on and off lights in your house, open / close your garage door, etc.,
- Hardware and software that react to UDP messaging,
- a restart or shut down of your computer, as well as, other computers connected to yours over your network, and
- turning on other computers connected to yours over your network 1.
wwPCRemote for the iPhone and wwPCRemote for the PC work together to let you use your iPhone to remotely control your PC.
wwPCRemote for the iPhone:
wwPCRemote for the iPhone comes in a Lite and a Full version. Here is a recap of what’s the same and what’s different about them:
|Control Devantech relays 2||Yes||Yes|
|Run a PC Program or Script file||Yes||Yes|
|Restart / Shutdown your PC||Yes||Yes|
|Number of Buttons||80||2|
|Run multiple commands from one button||Yes||No|
|Apple App Store||Get it now||Get it now|
wwPCRemote for the PC (freeware) (v1.5 released March 2013):
The wwPCRemote Application runs on your Windows desktop, and looks like this:
The PC program works with a background service which reacts to commands from
both wwPCRemote Application and your wwPCRemote iPhone app.
The wwPCRemote Service starts working when you turn your computer on. In this way you don’t have to first log on to Windows before your iPhone can start sending commands to your PC.
Just click here to download your free copy of wwPCremote for the PC (which includes both the wwPCRemote Application and the wwPCRemote Service programs).
1 To turn on
other computers connected to yours over your network, the other computers
must support Wakeup On LAN functionality. wwPCRemote
can not wakeup the primary computer with which it communicates.
2 Devantech relay models supported: USB-RLY02, USB-RLY08, USB-RLY16, USB-OPTO-RLY88, and USB-OPTO-RLY816