September 17, 2010 in Utilities (E)
[prMac.com] New Orleans, Louisiana - Regular Rate and Rhythm Software today is pleased to announce Rowmote Pro 3.2 for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, a major update to their complete remote control solution for Mac OS X and Apple TV. Rowmote Pro emulates the Apple hardware remote control, providing application-specific controls through a consistent interface, while featuring a multitouch trackpad and keyboard.
New in the version 3.2 release, its trackpad sports true multitouch, with one, two, three, and four finger gestures - positioning it as a competitor to Apple's own Magic Trackpad for Mac users who own an iOS device, at just one-fourtheenth the cost. The Rowmote Pro keyboard continues to handle anything the device itself can - including accented characters and international layouts.
Rowmote Pro controls thirty popular applications, from music applications like iTunes and PandoraBoy to video players such as DVD Player, Hulu Desktop, Plex, and Front Row, to presentation tools such as Microsoft Powerpoint and Apple Keynote, precisely as the Apple hardware remote would. Its consistent, attractive interface makes it easy to manage a media center computer or a presentation. On the iPad, the central Gesture Pad provides intuitive no-look control via taps and swipes as well as access to the trackpad.
Rowmote Pro evolved from Rowmote for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, which offers the same features except without keyboard and mouse support. An in-app upgrade path is available for Rowmote users who wish to add the Pro version's capabilities.
* iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad with iOS version 3.0 or later
* Three and four finger gestures require iOS 3.2 or later
* The free Rowmote Helper software must be running on the Mac or Apple TV
Pricing and Availability:
Rowmote Pro 3.2 is $4.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Utilities category.
Regular Rate and Rhythm Software was founded by Evan Schoenberg, M.D., to produce gloriously benign mobile software which meets both medical and non-medical needs as simply and powerfully as possible. Located in the suburbs of New Orleans, LA, Evan works on iPhone software and open source projects such as Adium while training with the Tulane Ophthalmology residency program. Copyright (C) 2010 Regular Rate and Rhythm Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.