Tango Remote HD

tangoremoteiconBig thanks to Tango Remote HD for sponsoring the site this week.

This app is really cool, and lets one iOS device act as a remote control for the music and video on another. I’ve been using it for quite a while and can say it works well.

To get started, connect your iPad, for example, to a stereo or powered speakers with Tango Remote running. Next, launch the app on your iPhone and control the music playback as long as you’re on the same Wi-Fi or Bluetooth network. No more running back and forth. You can even create playlists on the fly with the remote device.

What’s cool is that it works with video on your device, too. Connect an iPad to your HDTV with Apple’s Digital AV Adapter and use the iPhone or iPod touch to control it while enjoying a wired, direct connection between the TV and the iPad.

Tango Remote is available now from the App Store for $4.99. Check it out.

Big thanks to Tango Remote

Big thanks to Tango Remote HD for sponsoring the site this week.

This app is really cool, and lets one iOS device act as a remote control for the music and video on another. I’ve been using it for quite a while and can say it works well.

To get started, connect your iPad, for example, to a stereo or powered speakers with Tango Remote running. Next, launch the app on your iPhone and control the music playback as long as you’re on the same Wi-Fi or Bluetooth network. No more running back and forth. You can even create playlists on the fly with the remote device.

What’s cool is that it works with video on your device, too. Connect an iPad to your HDTV with Apple’s Digital AV Adapter and use the iPhone or iPod touch to control it while enjoying a wired, direct connection between the TV and the iPad.

Tango Remote is available now from the App Store for $4.99. Check it out.

Thanks to sponsor Tango Remote

Big thanks to Tango Remote HD for sponsoring the site this week.

This app is really cool, and lets one iOS device act as a remote control for the music and video on another. I’ve been using it for quite a while and can say it works well.

To get started, connect your iPad, for example, to a stereo or powered speakers with Tango Remote running. Next, launch the app on your iPhone and control the music playback as long as you’re on the same Wi-Fi or Bluetooth network. No more running back and forth. You can even create playlists on the fly with the remote device.

What’s cool is that it works with video on your device, too. Connect an iPad to your HDTV with Apple’s Digital AV Adapter and use the iPhone or iPod touch to control it while enjoying a wired, direct connection between the TV and the iPad.

Tango Remote is available now from the App Store for $4.99. Check it out.

Thanks to Tango Remote

Thanks to Tango Remote HD for again sponsoring 52 Tiger this week. This cool app lets you use one iOS device as a remote control for another. I like to connect my iPad to a set of powered speakers and use my iPhone to play its music. I’ve got full control of the music library, including playlists. I can even create new playlists on the fly, right from my iPhone.

What’s even better is that Tango Remote works with video, too. Connect the first device to a TV and start/stop with another. There’s no more online streaming lag as you’ve got a direct connection between the device and your TV, plus no more need to walk across the room.

At $4.99, Tango Remove is a very useful little utility. Go get it.

Thanks to Tango Remote HD

Big thanks to Tango Remote Control Media Player HD for being this week’s sponsor. This fantastic app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch lets you use one iOS device as a wireless remote for media on another. For example, you can connect your iPhone to some powered speakers and use an iPad or iPod touch to play music, skip, jump between playlists or even create new playlists on the fly.

Alternatively, connect the iPad to a TV and use the iPhone to control playback of your videos. No Apple TV required! Tango Remote Control Media Player HD ($4.99) is available in the App Store now.

Tango Remote

Big thanks to Tango Remote Control Media Player HD for being this week’s sponsor. This app is really cool, and lets one iOS device act as a remote control for the music and video on another. I’ve been using it for quite a while and can say it works well.

To get started, connect your iPad, for example, to a stereo or powered speakers with Tango Remote running. Next, launch the app on your iPhone and control the music playback as long as you’re on the same Wi-Fi or Bluetooth network. No more running back and forth. You can even create playlists on the fly with the remote device.

What’s cool is that it works with video on your device, too. Connect an iPad to your HDTV with Apple’s Digital AV Adapter and use the iPhone or iPod touch to control it while enjoying a wired, direct connection between the TV and the iPad.

Tango Remote is available now from the App Store for $4.99. Check it out.