Use your Windows Phone as a PC remote / gamepad with Keystroke. Windows Phone fans have longed for more deep integration between their phone and their PC. You probably would love to remove any barriers between your phone and your PC (cue Satya Nadella talking about how mobile-first is about the mobility of the experience). And one way of accomplishing that would be to create a direct, lag-free connection between your phone and your PC via Wi-Fi, so that you can use your phone to completely control your PC remotely.

With that, you would be able to:

  • Use your PC as a media center and your phone as a remote
  • Use your phone as a game controller to play PC games “Nintendo Switch style”
  • Play multiplayer games with your friends, each one using their own phone as a controller
  • Use your phone as an inexpensive (you already bought a phone!) MacBook touch bar (and drive Apple fanboys crazy in the process)
  • Use your phone to control PowerPoint presentations
  • Prank people (don’t underestimate the usefulness of this use case)

What if I told you that you can do all of those RIGHT NOW, and even better, ABSOLUTELY FREE? That’s right, you only need to download Keystroke, a Windows 10 app (also available in Android Market) – that allows you to use any Windows touch device (phone, tablet) as a controller for a Windows PC, you just need to install the client on the device and the server on the PC, both ara available for free in the official website: