3.2 vs. Remote App

MarcSMarcS Registered User
Hey,

are there any news about an iPhone / iPad Remote App in case of the 3.2 Update?

Marc

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  • bradpepebradpepe Registered User, HES Alumni
    edited July 2011
    Hi Marc,

    The iphone app has been delayed and planned for a future release. I do not have any specifics as to when it will be available.
  • genericgeneric Registered User
    edited July 2011
    bradpepe wrote: »
    Hi Marc,

    The iphone app has been delayed and planned for a future release. I do not have any specifics as to when it will be available.
    do you plan to release one for android?
  • bradpepebradpepe Registered User, HES Alumni
    edited July 2011
    >>do you plan to release one for android?

    We are currently studying the existing and emerging phone platforms to determine our best course of action for the majority of customers. In the mean time, you can still use a tablet PC running Hog 3PC as a remote.

    thank you for your patience,
  • brockshetleybrockshetley Registered User
    edited July 2011
    Is there any time frame the app is on? Like within a year or a decade?

    I cannot wait for this feature, and can only imagine how much more efficient things will run if you can be away from the desk.
  • MarcSMarcS Registered User
    edited July 2011
    bradpepe wrote: »
    >> In the mean time, you can still use a tablet PC running Hog 3PC as a remote.

    thank you for your patience,

    Sure, i run Hog3 PC via Wlan but there is a difference to carry a Laptop or iPad focusing 2 Hrs....and Encoders or Faders does not work very well on PC ;)
    Greetings
    Marc
  • chiefochiefo Registered User
    edited July 2011
    bradpepe wrote:
    We are currently studying the existing and emerging phone platforms to determine our best course of action for the majority of customers.

    I'm guessing that means waiting to see if Microsoft can make any inroads into the phone market, since Nokia have just announced they've licensed off Symbian in favour of the Windows Phone 7 OS, or whatever they're calling it now. I'm also guessing it's probably easier to make a remote Hog3PC app run on a windows platform than an open source or Apple OS.

    Unfortunately it just seems they've never really managed to figure out the mobile device sector, can you remember the last Microsoft device you had in your pocket?

    Sorry to all Apple aficionados but the answer really has to be Android. By all accounts it's streaking past iOS devices in terms of unit sales and must surely be easier in terms of porting. Have you guys ever even made any software that runs natively on a Mac before? Does this even matter? I dunno...

    But then again, why does it have to be one platform or the other? If Google and Steve Jobs are to be believed, apps are an absolute breeze to develop for their respective platforms, and porting is easier than falling off a log :rolleyes:

    Again posting way too much, just saying: don't waste time waiting for Microsoft to perform miracles, especially with mobile devices, it's not their thing!
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