1.1.3 Improvements: * Integra A/V Receivers are now automatically discovered and supported. * Improvements to keyboard support for TiVo, Boxee, Plex, and Roku. * Fixed issue preventing manual addition and usage of Zones 2, 3, or 4 on Onkyo receivers. * Fixed issues preventing some activity names from being accepted.
1.1.2 Improvements: • Roomie is now fully compatible with iOS 5! • Multiple devices on the same IP address are now supported. • Improved Roku support, significantly increased responsiveness in the Netflix app. • Storage has been rearranged for better iCloud Backup support.
Version 1.1.1 has just been posted. It has the following improvements in addition to those in 1.1.0: Automatic detection of Plex Media Server Improved robustness of TV Listings service. Entry of some Postal Codes on iPhone screens has been fixed. Fixes to automatic power management.
Roomie Remote 1.1.0 has just been released in the App Store! This release includes some exciting new functionality and support for many new devices. Highlighted Features Blu-ray Player two-way feedback support including live time scrubbing and display of elapsed/total time. The first supported players are the Panasonic 2011 series. Detailed Credits
Roomie Remote Software for iDevices Integrates with Global Caché Hardware Indianapolis, IN and Jacksonville, OR, – September 8, 2011 – (CEDIA Booth #3962) Global Caché, the leading independent manufacturer of IP and WiFi connectivity products for the control and automation market, and Cyphersoft, creators of Roomie Remote control software for
Roomie Remote Breaks the Infrared Barrier Connecting Home Theater Components in Powerful and Easy to Use Universal Remote Los Altos, CA, September 8, 2011 – Cyphersoft, a Silicon Valley startup specializing in home theater control and automation software, today announced Roomie Remote 1.0 for iOS is now available on the
Moments ago, Roomie was approved for sale on the App Store! It has been a great journey for us to bring this to a public release. We look forward to customers enjoying Roomie as much as we have.
This week, we are releasing a new iOS application called Roomie Remote, so I thought I’d put down my thoughts here on the blog as to why we created it and where we’re going to take it. Roomie began life as a direct response to a lack of good home
Roomie was just submitted to Apple’s App Store for review. As this is the first release, we anticipate a somewhat longer review cycle with likely availability in mid-August.