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Australian developers Neologue introduced their gesture control app for Android phones called Flickstart earlier this year, and it was such a good idea they’ve moved it to the PC with a new app called FlickNet.

FlickNet is similar to FlickStart in that various gestures control apps on your Windows PC. You can use flick gestures to skip tracks in Windows Media Player or move forward on slides in Powerpoint during a presentation, and best of all if you’re doing a presentation you can just use your Android Wear watch to do the same thing. You can even use your phone as a remote keyboard for your PC.

FlickNet requires a free Windows PC app you can download from the FlickNet website, but apart from that it’s all in the app available from Google Play. The FlickNet app is free to try for 7 days and then costs $4.00 through an In-App Purchase.

FlickNet is available through Google Play to try now, give it a go and see what you think.

Developer: Neologue Computing
Price: Free
Source: Google Play.
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    Does it support ios as well?

    Daniel Tyson

    Doesn’t say anything about it on their website, just Android/Android Wear

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