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  1. Home Theatre Corner
    ThinkFlood, makers of the Redeye universal remote controller, today announced the availability of its Android smartphone and tablet app from the Android Marketplace. Previously, only a beta app was available from "non market" sources. The networked Red Eye infrared remote connects to your...
  2. Industry News
    ThinkFlood, makers of the Redeye universal remote controller, today announced the availability of its Android smartphone and tablet app from the Android Marketplace. Previously, only a beta app was available from "non market" sources. The networked Red Eye infrared remote connects to your...
  3. Home Theatre Corner
    The new RedEye app for Android is available as part of a public beta test program for free download The beta RedEye app for Android is compatible with networked RedEye products (RedEye and RedEye Pro) and supports devices running Android OS 1.6 and later, including Honeycomb (3.0) for tablets...
  4. Industry News
    ThinkFlood, makers of the Redeye universal remote controller, this week announced a beta version of its smartphone app compatible with Android phones and tablets. The Red Eye infrared remote connects to your home's network via WiFi and allows iPhones, iPads, personal computers and now Android...
  5. Industry News
    ThinkFlood, makers of the original Redeye universal remote controller, this week announced an updated version of its popular device. The Red Eye infrared remote connects to your home's network via WiFi and allows iPhones, iPads, and personal computers to function as remote controllers for...
  6. Home Theatre Corner
    This product is very interesting. I am considering it for my home. Going forward I will have a number of components feeding two televisions on two floors so I want to be able to control the components on both floors with one remote. Using my iPhone, touch or Ipad would be ideal. Wondering if...
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