How To Convert your Mobile Phone into set of Wireless Mouse and Keyboard-: If you are a Marketing Executive where you have to travel a lot to give a presentation to the customer or client and if you are using your laptop with the mouse because it is very handy to operate then carrying a mouse with a laptop is always quite bit forgettable.
Most of the Laptop comes with TouchPad but even most of us use mouse with laptop because it is easy to operate in the case if you forgot your mouse you can use your smartphone as mouse with a simple trick go to www.remotemouse.net download the app on your smartphone and go to the www.remotemouse.net and install it on your laptop and connect your laptop and smartphone to the same WiFi network and now on the app on your mobile phone Smartphone and let it is can your laptop and it is all done.
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Silent Features of Remote Mouse
Mouse, Keyboard and Touchpad
Control made simple. It’s a perfect combination of 3 most common remote control devices. With smarter multi-touch gestures, all you need is to click and slide.
More Personalised Remote Panel
Watching videos in bed? Filling the house with music? Or making a self-running presentation? Remote Mouse allows you to control your computer freely at anywhere and at any time.
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Remote Image Viewer(iOS only)
Remote Mouse make it dead easy to view pictures on computer without sync, and upload pictures from phone to computer within seconds.
Conclusion-: If you have important meeting where you have to give presentation and you are not comfort with touch pad of your laptop in such situation using your smart phone as a computer mouse can solve your problem of mouse.
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