PC Remote for Windows Phone: Unified Remote App for Controlling PCs
PC Remote for Windows Phone 8 and 7.x Called Unified Remote
A PC remote app for Windows Phone is a nifty one. With it users can control their PCs with the help of their Windows Phone handsets. There is Unified Remote for carrying out that control. The app is available for Windows Phone and Android and has been developed by two Swedish students. The developers are planning to offer versions for iOS and for Windows 8 in the near future too.
The PC remote app for Windows Phone is on offer on the Windows Phone Store. With Unified Remote they can control their PCs. For the purpose they need to have the Unified Remote Server software on their PCs. The server is available for computers with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7and 8. There are also plans to offer the Unified Remote Server for Linux and for OS X too.
The PC remote app called Unified Remote can help users to control their favorite programs. They can also control their mouses and keyboards. There is a trial version of the app that users can download first. Then they can buy the paid version which costs $3.49. With it they get more features of the PC remote app. The trial version of Unified Remote offers users basic input, keyboard, Task Manager, Spotify support, control of Windows Media Center and Windows Media Player, VLC keyboard, and also YouTube support. The palette of features is larger when users get the full version of the PC remote app. These additional features include custom remotes, the Hulu desktop controller, the Hulu web controller, XBMC support, Netflix support, and some more.
The Unified Remote app is available for Windows Phone 8 and Windows Phone 7.x devices. It can be downloaded from here. Users should also download the Unified Remote Server from here. They should install it on their PCs to be able to access them remotely with Unified Remote.