What's NewiOS 8 Compatibility
App DescriptionFor more information, please visit our website : http://keypad.iosproapps.com
This app allows you to create custom keypads or keyboards that you can use to control your computer over the network from your iOS device. You start by creating a keypad layout, which includes buttons and other controls that you can easily arrange and customize. Then for each control, you define which actions to send to your computer when the control is touched. Actions can be keystrokes, such as keyboard shortcut commands, or mouse clicks such as the left, right or middle mouse buttons. Once you are connected to your computer, simply touch the controls on your keypad to control your computer from your iOS device!
A QUICK EXAMPLE
For example, the keyboard shortcuts for copy, cut, and paste, are common to most programs. So using this app, you can create a simple keypad layout with three buttons, assigning each button to one of these keyboard shortcuts. Then with your new keypad, you can send copy, cut, or paste commands to your computer, just as if you were typing directly on your computer!
FOR WORK OR PLAY
People typically use this app to increase productivity by creating layouts that control software on their computer. Many people use this with software such as Photoshop, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, CAD, Sibelius, web browsers, games, and more. Basically any software that has keyboard shortcuts can be controlled with this app!
- Unlimited number of layouts.
- Single or multi-page layouts.
- Unlimited number of controls.
- Easily move or rearrange controls anywhere.
- Customize the size, color, image, and label of the buttons.
- Supports multiple gestures for each control (single tap, double tap, etc).
- Send any combination of keys, keyboard shortcuts, or mouse clicks.
- Send an unlimited number of keystrokes or mouse clicks.
You can add the following controls to a keypad layout. For each control, you can define which actions to send to your computer when the user touches the control. You can send a different action for each type of touch.
A rectangular shaped button that you can define actions for the following touches: single tap, double tap, triple tap.
A circular shaped button that you can define actions for the following touches: single tap, double tap, triple tap.
Trackpad (Not recommended for Windows computers due to VNC lag)
A rectangular control that moves the mouse, and accepts gestures and taps.
A rectangular control that accepts multi-finger gestures as well as taps. You can define actions for the following touches: single tap, double tap, triple tap, as well as the following gestures: swipes, pinches, and rotations.
A 4 or 8-axis control with directional buttons. Each directional button can be defined individually for the following touches: single tap, double tap, triple tap.
A 4 or 8-axis joystick control that will allow you to define different actions when the joystick is moved.
Additional text labels can be added anywhere on the layout.
Please visit our web site for a list of keystrokes which are supported.
The following mouse clicks can be sent: left mouse, middle mouse, and right mouse. The scroll up and scroll down scroll wheel mouse commands can also be sent, if your system supports it.
Updated for iOS 7
Requires iOS 5.1.1 or higher
iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
Works on any platform. Your computer must have VNC server software installed and running in order for this device to communicate with it. VNC server software can be downloaded for free from the Internet. Mac users can use the built-in VNC server.
October 06, 2014 New version 2.6
June 20, 2014 New version 2.5
October 05, 2013 New version 2.4.1
September 26, 2013 New version 2.4.0
June 01, 2013 New version 2.3.0
April 26, 2013 New version 2.2.3
April 27, 2011 Initial Release