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Tuesday , 21 December 2010 , ora 1:56 am in IOS

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1. HippoRemote Pro 2.0

Even before HippoRemote Pro 2.0 was released, this app had a permanent spot on my iPhone’s home screen. The Pro version of the app is $4.99 and a less-feature rich basic version is available for $0.99 and a new Lite edition is available for free.

What makes this app so great is that it works with Mac, Windows and Linux, and acts not only as a viable trackpad/keyboard combo, but offers all kinds of app profiles (plus you can create your own) to control applications like Boxee, Windows Media Center 7, Hulu Desktop, your web browser, iTunes, and more. Plus, you can create macros, easily switch apps, wake up your device over LAN, and use international keyboards.

The new version of HippoRemote Pro also features an awesome Boxee plugin that adds the same kind of gesture control as the official Boxee iPhone app, as well as a built-in web browser (for checking the web,IMDBimdb or FacebookFacebook) and TwitterTwitter client that lets you check your timeline, mentions and send tweets all from the remote application.

Check out this video the team made showing off the new HippoRemote 2.0:

At our house we use this on our Macs and Windows PCs and really, really love it.

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