Control Any Screen With Your Smartphone

Control Any Screen With Your Smartphone
technology

A new app, Clik, lets you scan a QR code to make any screen with a browser into your personal viewing monitor.

Emma Hutchings
  • 17 february 2012

Clik lets users control any screen with a web browser using their smartphone. The new platform will let developers create apps for viewing videos, music, photos or games on different screens. They have released a free iPhone and Android app to show its potential, which can quickly push YouTube videos from your smartphone to your computer or smart TV so you can watch them on a bigger screen. The app also acts like a remote control, letting you pause, fast forward and adjust the volume.

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