We first spied the UnityRemote from Gear4 at CES in January. Gear4 has decided to go with a very simple device and app, and that’s a good thing. Frankly, I don’t get having social features in my TV remote (and yet I take Instagram photos of meals) or needing twenty different ways to visualize the TV guide, so UnityRemote leaves that cruft out. Unfortunately, UnityRemote leaves a couple of other things out as well, but that doesn’t mean the remote isn’t capable of meeting the needs of most users.
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UnityRemote: another iOS universal remote worth checking out | TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog.