Thinkflood has this week finally launched an Android version of its great universal remote control application that arrived on iOS devices nearly two years ago.
The new Android RedEye application allows you to to control your other Redeye connected gadgets including your home theatre, lighting, HVAC, and others using Android networked smartphones and tablets.
Unfortunately the RedEye application is not support by the RedEye Mini device, ThinkFlood explains why below:
“Although RedEye mini compatibility is a popular request, RedEye mini requires further research into the headphone jack on various Android handsets, as well as additional development using the Android NDK (Java code cannot keep up with RedEye mini’s real-time audio processing requirements).”
The RedEye Android application is now available as a free download from Android Market and is compatible with networked RedEye products (RedEye and RedEye Pro) and supports devices running Android 1.6 and later, including 3.0 (Honeycomb) for tablets.
According to the developer, RedEye hardware can be purchased online from ThinkFlood and is available from dealers and retailers worldwide.