By August 20, 2008

Control Media Center from an iPhone with Intelliremote

image Ian Dixon from The Digital Lifestyle has broken some great news if your a Windows Media Center user. There will shortly be an application available through the iTunes store called Intelliremote  which will control Windows Media Center from an iPhone or a iPod Touch. So if you have either devices you may as well make use of it as a remote for Media Center. The application will be available very soon from the iPhone AppStore and is free to existing Intelliremote PC application users.

image Intelliremote Client for iPhone/iPod Touch is a native iPhone application that allows you to control your home theatre PC running Windows. Since the iPhone uses a network connection it does not need "line-of-sight" like traditional infrared remotes and you can use it anywhere in or out of your house!
The purpose of this program is simple: to allow complete control of your Home Theatre PC from your iPhone with the touch of a finger. While Apple has provided an iPhone remote for ITunes…what about the rest of us that don’t use ITunes?
Do you use VLC or MediaPortal to watch videos? Do you use GBPVR, DVBViewer, MediaCenter, XBMC, or SageTV for DVR? Maybe Winamp, MediaMonkey, BSPlayer, or ITunes for music? Control them all from the comfort of your iPhone or iPod Touch!
Intelliremote iPhone App is FREE for all users of Intelliremote PC version. Intelliremote PC Server is Shareware available for a 24$ purchase.

Complete control of all your Windows applications from your iPhone.

No "line-of-sight" needed to control your Home Theatre PC which may be stored in a closet or somewhere else out of the way in your house.

While Apple has provided an iPhone remote for ITunes…what about the rest of us that don’t use ITunes but want to control our media center PC? 


iPhone OS 2.0 or Higher

iPod Touch OS 2.0 or Higher

Intelliremote running on your PC. Don’t know what Inteliremote is? Click Here

via Ian Dixons Blog

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