Salling Clicker v3.5 Released
Salling Software has released Salling Clicker v3.5, a major update to its award-winning two-way remote control software. Salling Clicker offers the ability to control iTunes, PowerPoint and other popular applications from mobile phones or handheld computers on Mac and Windows computers through a user interface similar to that on a portable media player. The new version adds Vista compatibility, a Front Row remote, some additional new features, support for the very latest handheld devices and other enhancements.
Salling Clicker lets users control a Mac or Windows PC from a mobile devoce over Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. For instance, users can play and pause a DVD or music on your Mac with iTunes and review track/album information from a Palm OS handheld. There is also a mouse mode, which lets users move the pointer with the D-pad or stylus.
While listening to music in iTunes, the latest version of Clicker allows you to see where you are at in a song, or what song is currently playing. You can also search your music library and manage playlists. The application can also display album artwork and ratings for the current track.
Salling Clicker for Windows now works with Windows Vista as well as all major Bluetooth stacks, without any cumbersome configuration! The new version also offers enhanced support for iTunes, PowerPoint, and Windows Mediaplayer.
Salling Clicker for Mac 3.5 includes support for Apple's Front Row, eliminating the need to bring the Apple remote when traveling. In addition, the new version comes with enhanced support for iTunes, PowerPoint, EyeTV, and Keynote.
Salling Clicker's device compatibility list includes Palm OS Devices such as the Treo and Palm TX, Symbian 9 devices such as the Nokia N95 and Sony Ericsson P990i, and Windows Mobile 6 and 5 devices such as the HTC S710 and Motorola Q, as well as a multitude of other mobile phone models from Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, and others.
Salling Clicker 3.5 is available now through Salling Software's web site for $23.95 (US) per user license. Upgrades to version 3.5 from previous versions are free. Windows and Mac licenses are sold separately; the bundle can be had at a 25% discount.