February 6, 2009 in Utilities (F)
[prMac.com] Montreal, Quebec, Canada - Edovia is proud to release it's fifth iPhone app, NumPad. NumPad turns your iPhone into a wireless numeric keypad. NumPad is very easy to setup and use and includes three keyboard styles: Late 2008 MacBook, Apple White Keyboard and good-old MacBook Pro's Silver. The application is configurable to support several computer setups.
Unlike competitors, NumPad is compatible with OS X 10.5 (Leopard), OS X 10.4 (Tiger), Windows (XP and up) and Linux. Edovia has chose to use the proven and reliable VNC protocol to set communication between NumPad and your computer. Thanks to Apple's Bonjour, NumPad can work directly with Leopard's Screen Sharing and Tiger's Remote Desktop for an ultra easy and quick setup.
NumPad also includes a Connection Manager that automatically scans OS X computers and lets users add their own custom connection settings.
According to Luc Vandal, "This is our latest and more polished app so far. We tried to think of everything to make the app very easy and intuitive to setup and use. We're think users will agree with us!".
* Supports OS X 10.5 (Leopard), OS X 10.4 (Tiger), Windows and Linux
* Super-easy setup. Run NumPad for the first time in less than a minute
* Connect via Bonjour or specify your own server
* Select between 3 realistic keyboard styles: Silver, White and Black
* Connects through a WiFi connection
* Connect to many different computers with the included Connection Manager
* WiFi connection shared with your computer.
* Screen Sharing (Leopard) or Remote Access (Tiger) enabled or any VNC Server.
* For WIndows and Linux, a VNC Server is required (RealVNC recommended).
* Server Setup Instructions available online at Edovia.
Pricing and Availability:
Settings are available from your device Springboard (tap on the Settings icon and scroll to NumPad). NumPad is available now on the App Store for $2.99 (USD).
Edovia is a software company located in Montreal, Canada. The company was created by Luc Vandal in 2003 and went through several changes and phases, until it devoted all it's ressouces to the Mac and iPhone platforms. We've been developing apps for the iPhone since early 2008 and offered Linguo and Steps on the App Store opening, on July 11, 2008. We love what we do and we are driven by impulsive ideas. We believe in creating solutions that are easy to use, intuitive, innovative and fun. Copyright 2008-2009 Edovia. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.