Control Your PC With WP7 App Remote
Fancy controlling your PC from the comfort of your WP7 device? XDA forum member DeathLamp is developing Remote, an app that lets you access and control your computer from anywhere.
Remote comes with a server -application and lets you scroll through all your files, start them, close or maximise. Depending on which application is in the foreground , user-defined key combinations, commands and folders are displayed.
Later features will also feature an option to transfer files to your phone.
The app is still currently in development, so to follow updates, check out the application thread. The XDA dev has also stated that Remote will be available for free when finished.
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