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Editors' Review

shelbybrown Dec 24, 2009
When is your Android phone more than a phone? When you turn it into a combination keyboard and mouse to control your computer. After installing a free Gmote server app for Windows, Mac, or Linux, Gmote creates an ad-hoc Wi-Fi connection with your computer--unfortunately, if you don't use Wi-Fi, you're stuck. The on-screen controls can stream music from your computer, launch movies from afar, navigate the Web, and control a presentation. It's not as powerful or sophisticated as some apps we've seen for iPhone, but it does the trick, and without charging a dime. Unless you opt for the $2.99 donation version. App developers like to eat, too.

Full Specifications

What's new in version 2.0.4

This is a bug-fixing release.


Release June 14, 2010
Date Added June 14, 2010
Version 2.0.4

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Android
Additional Requirements None


Total Downloads 4,767
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Developer's Description

Gmote turns Android into a remote control for a computer, allowing users to run movies and music at a distance. It supports all of the standard remote control features such as play, pause, rewind, volume controls etc. It also has a built-in file browser that lets you select what to play. There's support for Linux, control Power Point, launch Web sites.