Mobile Mouse - The worlds first iOS graphics tablet gets Pencil support

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[] Miami, Florida - RPA Technology has released Mobile Mouse 3.2.5, an iOS 8 optimized update to their best-selling Utility that transforms your iPhone/iPad into a multitouch trackpad and remote for your computer. Designed to operate via a local Wi-Fi network, there are no line-of-sight limitations, so users may control their Mac or PC connected to a TV from a location across the room, or use as a trackpad replacement for their computer.

Mobile Mouse recently released the world's first graphic tablet for iOS. The graphic tablet option allows users to use their iPad as a graphic input for their computer, enabling them to draw in their favorite graphics program, such as Photoshop or SketchBook Pro, directly from the Mobile Mouse app using their finger or a pressure sensitive stylus. In version 3.2.5, Mobile Mouse adds support for the Pencil Stylus by FiftyThree, Inc. The Pencil Stylus is a great addition to the Mobile Mouse graphic tablet, adding drawing options unique to their stylus, such as an eraser. This is an exciting feature for artists, who can now repurpose their iOS device as a graphic tablet instead of having to spend extra money on a dedicated graphic tablet. It also has the benefit of being more portable, wireless, and fully upgradeable through software updates as new features become available.

Mobile Mouse has received widespread critical acclaim and has been featured in many App Store Spotlights, most recently in Apple's "Better Together" spotlight. Mobile Mouse has been written up in top publications such as The New York Times, Popular Science, MacWorld, Gizmodo, and CNET.

Located in Miami, Florida, RPA Technology was founded in 2007 by Ramzi Audeh. They specialize in web, desktop, and mobile software solutions for companies large and small. Copyright (C) 2007-2015 RPA Technology All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.