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I used to have an app called Hippo Remote which worked really well. As it happens sometimes, Apple rolls out a new iOS and the apps you purchased cease to work if the developer does not update the app. So I tried this app. 1. The free version doesn’t let you do anything, it is really annoying, waste of time to install it. 2. I don’t like the yearly payment option where you can cancel after a month - typically you have to fill out a form with payment details (time consuming) + need to remember to cancel outstanding payments, prefer to pay when I need the product). There is no option to try the app for a little while and then pay if you find the app useful. So i decided to purchase the app to try it, to then discover that my MacMini cannot run the helper (you need OSX 10.9 min). True it is stated in the system requirements section but when you purchase the app through an iphone (it is an iphone app after all) you need to click to look for additional information, it is not that obvious. However, the developer suggested I get a refund, which I have done. I praise him for replying to user comments.
This is my first review ever. Really likes this until it no longer let me use it. I thought the the concept of free meant minimal features and upgrade available for more features, as usually the case. I guess this app was only free for a limited time, which is disappointing since the basic features are simple to begin with (not in a bad way—I loved being able to remotely control the volume on my Mac. This doesn’t seem worth a $7 download to me. I appreciated the product and would have liked to keep using it. Missed the fine print, lol.
Currently, I am using my iMac as a TV for my streaming & website services. This is a great alternative to a keyboard & trackpad which, for this purpose can be a little ”bulky”. I’d even suggest this app as a replacement for the keyboard and mouse/trackpad if you are a mouse user and not someone who uses the keyboard for as much as they can. I personally hate taking my hands off the keyboard and use the keyboard more than my trackpad. My idea would be to combine the media page and the input page or on the media page also have a trackpad. I'm not a big fan of having to switch back & forth between the two pages, but I'm sure I'll survive!!
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