Salling Clicker is remote control software for your Symbian-based smartphones from Nokia, Siemens, and Sony Ericsson that allows you to remotely control your Macintoshcomputer. It features a "Proximity sensor" and activity awareness, and allows you to remotely control iTunes, Keynote, PowerPoint, and DVD Player! It is also ultra-extensible via AppleScript, allowing you to control just about any function imaginable on your Macintosh computer. Cool! Hopefully my next laptop will be a Powerbook, any Mac users out there use this software? If so, how do you like it?
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