KeyPad
KeyPad
0.95

4.0

KeyPad free download for Mac

KeyPad0.95

27 May 2020

Use the keyboard on your computer to type on your phone and more.

Overview

KeyPad lets you connect to the device you want to control, and then anything you type in KeyPad goes directly to your connected Phone, Tablet or TV.

You can call the keyboard anytime by using the hotkey: Command - Option - P

The app automatically disconnects from your device when you switch away from KeyPad

KeyPad is in your menubar, always available.

Features:
  • Use the keyboard on your mac to type long messages on your Phone or iPad.
  • Type on your Apple TV instead of using the on-screen remote.
  • Use your Mac as a keyboard on most TVs.
  • Use your Mac as a keyboard to control a different laptop/desktop.

Note: In order to set up KeyPad, please, initiate the Bluetooth Pairing process from the device that you want to control. So if you need to connect to a phone, Launch the preferences in KeyPad, and Launch Bluetooth Settings on the Mac, but connect to the Mac from the phone's Bluetooth settings.

Privacy:

KeyPad does not have access to the internet, so it cannot send any data out, or even show ads. It only has permissions to access Bluetooth and to launch the Bluetooth settings.

What's new in KeyPad

Version 0.95:
  • HotKey for launching KeyPad can be changed.
  • Updates to UI for easier Device Setup.
  • Manage connected devices.
  • Updates to clipboard paste feature.

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How would you rate KeyPad app?

1 Reviews of KeyPad

4
Ean
28 March 2020
Version: 0.82

Most helpful

Works great. Haven't tested it with switching between multiple iOS/iPadOS devices, but is dead simple one device. The menubar icon is a little clunky, difficult to make out when eyes are bleary at the end of a long day. Probably not a big deal for most people though.
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4
Ean
28 March 2020
Version: 0.82
Works great. Haven't tested it with switching between multiple iOS/iPadOS devices, but is dead simple one device. The menubar icon is a little clunky, difficult to make out when eyes are bleary at the end of a long day. Probably not a big deal for most people though.
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