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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by FoxMcWeezer, May 12, 2010.
Please explain more what you want to do. You wan to navigate your computer without seeing it but getting the audio from it?
Or do you just want to use your iPhone as a remote speaker?
That's pretty much it. Sometimes I need it to be muted because other people are sleeping in the house. I'd like to just put my headphones in my iPhone and be able to hear the thing. I know it's possible because AirVideo (free) can do it with both video and sound. I realize there will obviously be a sound lag but I can live with it.
I bought this software and it works really well. Not badly priced either. As an added bonus it can use any computer in your house as a remote speaker as well. Kind of like Apple's AirTunes.
Thanks, but I don't use a Mac. I use a good computer.
Thanks for actually checking out the app before posting your zinger there.
I'm glad Windows 7 was your idea.
I did look at the app. But when I saw "for Mac" what purpose did I have to continue looking?
Maybe becuase I linked to a Windows version? You didn't state you used a PC.
the /mac/ should have made you think that there are other versions for different Operating Systems as well
What good is a "good computer" when it doesn't have a good user?
If you took off the /mac you'd see all the platforms that are offered.
*You may notice my rudeness since you made the snide comment about having a "good computer". I have plenty of "good computers" that run OSX, Ubuntu and a few that run Windows*