How to Transform Your Android Device Into a WiFi Mouse (Video)

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  • 21 May 2013
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  • In terms of Android device usage the means of control are becoming more and more popular. One of the most used methods involves controlling a device connected to en external display by way of keyboard and mouse. Another – going to detail right now refers to using a touch device as a PC Mouse.


    Touchscreen interfaces are very sensitive and convenient to use, that being the main reason for their highly increased usage over the recent years. In this regard developers find themselves in the position of exploring the so many ways of using such devices. WiFi Mouse is just one of these apps, coming from developer and aimed at turning one Android device into a PC means of control.

    WiFi Mouse comes with a bunch of features to let its users benefit from it to the fullest extent. One of the main aspects of it is it assigns left/right/and middle click areas. Movement is pleasing, especially on large screen devices and there is even remote keyboard input. Speech-to-text input for all languages is also available and it comes with support for XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Mac OSX/Linux (Ubuntu).

    WiFi Mouse free version is available on the Store, along with a purchasable HD Pro version.

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