Vysor App Allows Users to Remote Control Their Smartphones
FREMONT, CA: Today there are several ways to replicate and control an Android Phone on to a computer with help of root access and few subscriptions for better interface. To make this process simpler Koushik Dutta has created an app called Vysor which is capable of syncing a smartphone to the desktop using just USB cable, reports Jon Russell for TechCrunch.com. The app is still under beta stage.
The app is Chrome extension which mirrors smartphone’s activity onscreen activities on computer with mouse support for touch and hotkeys. The smart device can be connected through USB or by enabling ADB (Android Device Bridge). This allows the users to remotely control their smartphones , type long messages with help of keyboard and play games on larger screen. Another added feature of Vysor is, it enables the users to share their on-screen activity and controls over the internet. The app providers improved simulation tools and makes changes real-time.
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