Visit help.remoku.tv for tips on getting started and using Remoku.
Remoku supports the most popular features found in other network remotes, and has some unique attributes of its own:
- Will discover and control Rokus on a local network, configures itself with minimal user input.
- Supports all features found on the newer Roku remotes, except game remote functions (motion, A and B).
- Supports direct text entry.
- Supports touch devices and desktop browsers
- On devices with keyboards, keyboard shortcuts are available
- Supports macros - remote buttons, text, execution pauses and loops can all be saved and called up on demand
- Favorite channel buttons - 3 buttons beneath the remote can each be set to any installed channel in your lineup
- Chrome, Firefox and Opera extensions. These add an icon to your browser toolbar for easy access to Remoku without leaving the page you are on.
- An Internet Explorer (8+) Web Slice. To install in IE, click Remoku's About icon. Then hover your mouse over the version information box (beneath the help link), you should see the web slice icon**. Clicking it will cause Internet Explorer to request permission to add Remoku's web slice to your favorites bar.
- On iPads, iPhones and iPod Touch devices, you can add Remoku to your home screen to launch it full screen and use it like a regular app. Just use the Safari Action button: and choose "Add to Home Screen".
- As a native-feeling MacOS X app, via http://fluidapp.com/
- Also using Chrome, you can choose to "Create Application Shortcuts" from the Tools menu. Then you can choose to place shortcuts onto your Start Menu, Taskbar, and/or Desktop. Chrome web apps launch in their own window, so you can also use Remoku like a native desktop app.
**Internet Explorer's Web Slice Icon: