Touchsquid Professional TV Remote App for Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Offers User Definable Macros

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Home theater remote enthusiasts will love the Touchsquid PRO comprehensive user definable macros. A macro is a sequence of commands designed to achieve a particular result. For example: Turn down the room lights; lower a projector screen, close the curtain, and switch on the home theater system.

Touchsquid unleash power of Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

TouchSquid App on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

"Touchsquid professional remote app unleases the full power of Samsung’s excellent hardware. It makes a professional level of control available at a modest price."

The powerful Professional version of Touchsquid Remote Control App for Samsung is now available for Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. Also available for the Samsung Tab2, and Samsung Tab Plus, this application allows full remote control of complex high end home theater systems.

Samsung has released four models of tablet computers that have built-in infrared blasters. They are the Samsung Galaxy Tab Plus, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. Used with these tablets, the TouchSquid app requires no other hardware.

According to Grahame Shannon, president of Touchsquid Technology, “The Touchsquid PRO app unleashes the full power of Samsung’s excellent hardware. It makes a professional level of control available at a modest price.”

The home version of the Touchsquid remote app is limited to four devices in a room. The PRO version handles 10 devices in a single room profile. The number of profiles is unlimited.

Touchsquid PRO further differs in that it provides comprehensive user definable macros. A macro is a sequence of commands which can perform complex tasks. Macros can be attached to any command including user defined buttons.

The Touchsquid application comes with a database of over 200,000 devices. It can command a wide range of home theater components including lighting, projection systems, monitors, amplifiers, cable and satellite boxes, game consoles and media players of all types.    

The PRO remote app is designed to be easy to set up but also comprehensive in function. Unlike some competitors, it does not require any external programs or internet connection for set-up. Screen layouts have usable default settings but can be edited to add custom buttons and functions, including macros and up to 41 favorites screens allows for up to 984 favorites with icons. provides a Touchsquid icon library on their website.

Infrared is line of sight. For situations where theater components are hidden in cabinets or behind walls, the Touchsquid app provides support for external IR blasters such as Global Cache, Keene, and IRTrans.

The Touchsquid Pro Remote Control App for Samsung is available on Google Play and the Amazon App Store. The PRO version sells a $49 and the Home version at $19. A demo version is available for free download.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is a 10.1-in tablet computer designed, developed and marketed by Samsung Electronics. The tablet runs on the Android operating system (4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich, but will soon upgrade to 4.1.1 Jelly Bean), and serves as a platform for multimedia consumption including movies, music, music, and web browsing. It is the second entry into Samsung's Galaxy Note range, which emphasizes the use of a stylus officially named S-Pen (S meaning Samsung) as an input device for tasks such as sketching and note-taking.

TouchSquid Technology Inc. is an emerging developer of Remote Control solutions for the home entertainment industry. Located in North Vancouver, BC, Canada, its flagship product is the TouchSquid all-in-one infrared universal remote control tablet. The company has also developed a number of Android Apps, the most notable being the TouchSquid Remote Control App, for use with generic tablets in combination with an external IR blaster device. We welcome dealer and distributor inquiries. For more information, call 1-888-505-9895 .

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