September 27, 2006 - Added to Press release, UpdateSEPTEMBER 27, 2006 - NUREMBERG, GERMANY
IOSPIRIT GmbH is proud to announce the immediate availability of the latest version of its award-winning solution for remote controls under Mac OS® X. Using Remote Buddy Preview 8, users can fully control any Mac using an Apple Remote, Keyspan RF Remote for Front Row, Griffin AirClick USB, a number of Bluetooth enabled mobile phones or a keyboard. At Mac Expo in Paris, Remote Buddy has received the MacGeneration Award 2006 in the category "Best use of Apple Technologies" for its innovative use of the latest technologies. To date, Mac users have downloaded Remote Buddy more than 40.000 times.
September 12, 2006 - Added to Press release, UpdateSEPTEMBER 12, 2006 - NUREMBERG, GERMANY
IOSPIRIT GmbH is proud to announce the immediate availability of the latest version of its solution for remote controls under Mac OS® X. Using Remote Buddy Preview 7, users can fully control their Mac using their Apple Remote, keyboard, a number of Bluetooth enabled mobile phones and other remote controls supported by Remote Buddy.
- New features in Preview 7
The menu structure of Remote Buddy is now freely configurable. All actions, Behaviours, smart folders, interface and special elements are displayed in a tidy palette and can be placed everywhere in the menu structure via drag & drop. Files and folders can be added into the menu structure as well, so they can be accessed quickly - for example during a presentation. Different configurations can be organized in profiles, between which a user can seamlessly switch to meet the specific needs of different usage scenarios.
New as well is the virtual "Hotkey Remote", which allows to control Remote Buddy via a keyboard or a Bluetooth enabled mobile capable of emulating a keyboard. Thanks to this feature, the range of input devices that can be used to remotely control a Mac using Remote Buddy has become extremely broad.
Furthermore, support for Airfoil was added, Remote Buddy is now compatible with virtual desktop software, there's a new AppleScript command for OSD messages, the speed has been further increased and quite a number of additional improvements - available in detail in the release notes (http://www.iospirit.com/remotebuddy/releasenotes/) - has been implemented.