It’s an iPad application that’s on a sale right now, name: Actions for iPad. Seems to be legit and serious. Link to iTunes iOS App Store (just for information): https://itunes.apple.com/app/actions-for-ipad/id564645608?mt=8 It needs a compagnion/client app ActionsServer for Macs (or PCs) that can be downloaded from the dev’s website (not available in Mac App Store), seems to be legit and serious as well: http://getactionsapp.com/ DON’T DOWNLOAD! DON’T INSTALL! DON’T OPEN! DON’T RUN THE APP!!! I downloaded the Mac file (MacBook Pro Retina 2012, OS X 10.9) ActionsSever.dmg, installed the app Actions Server, startet it, tried both apps for some minutes (what seemed to work fine first)—and soon my MacBook went berserk! The mouse cursor did things from alone and was more or less out of control! I had some hard minutes to reboot the machine, kill the task and delete the app. Three or four hard reboots! Never seen something like this before (heavy Apple user since seven years). I am still not sure if my MBP is fully okay again (no backup; run TimeMachine for five years or so and never needed it, so I switched it off some months ago). I tried to contact Apple (they should pull that app from iOS App Store immediately although the culprit seems to be the Mac App) but there is no support today here in Austria. Will contact the dev (send link to this thread) soon. Edit: Done (via a mail form on dev’s website). By the way: The iPad app seemed to run fine with the app and nothing bad happened on iPad (4th gen., iOS 7.0.3), but I deleted it as well.