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New iPhone / iPod Touch Movea App: Air Mouse

Have you ever wanted to turn your Apple iPhone or iPod Touch into an Air Mouse? Well Movea has the answer with their new app, and it can be yours for just $1.99 from iTunes. The app can only be used on the iPhone 4 and the fourth-generation iPod Touch, so you will be able to show all those you know with an older iOS device how you now have an in-air motion controller.

The reason why only the 4th generation iOS devices can be used is because of their gyroscope and Wi-Fi connectivity; how cool will it be to control your media device from the comfort of your couch? Not only that, but the Movea app will make it possible for you to make media presentations at work or even at school.

With a Wi-Fi range of more than 100-feet, you will have a freedom to do so much with this latest app for your iPhone 4 or iPod Touch 4G. There are many apps that promise to help make your iPhone more than it is, well this is one of the few that delivers on that promise.

This is not the only app available from Movea, another is MotionTools; some of the features of this app include: Dynamic display scroll, Presentation tools, Internet, and other application hotkeys. For more details on this visit Engadget or Movea.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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