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Great tool that saves me hours
If you can ignore some bugs and some lacking features (gyroscope, vibration, etc.) it's stuff like this that makes unity the best engine out there right now
Bvuygguygyigiyguyguyvuv on Mar 15, 2013 for Unity Remote 3
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Good
Slightly laggy and I had an inverse rotation (could be mis-written code, though it worked when tested in app), but overall it functions and gives a good, quick preview when needed.
GobiasRecords on Mar 10, 2013 for Unity Remote 3
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So frustrating. Unacceptable
I have never used this app in such a way that it doesn't drop every other touch event. I don't get why the UDK remote works flawlessly and this doesn't. Seriously, Unity devs, go download the UDK tools and give it a shot. It is flawless.
doctrstrangelove on Dec 12, 2012 for Unity Remote 3
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Best development tool!
This has got to be the best development tool that I have in my library of software. It never fails me and is always accurate.
Master Zephyr on Oct 12, 2012 for Unity Remote 3
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No IPhone development on windows pc...:(
Can't get the remote to work for iPhone due to running Unity on my windows based PC, because Apparently Unity does not support iPhone development on a windows PC...?????? Looks like I'm going back to Unreal where everything works! Very sad indeed....
68Hottrod on Aug 13, 2012 for Unity Remote 3
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Great utility but the failure to send Began & Ended events is a bug that needs fixing
This is a very useful utility, but I don't buy the "lag causes us to sometimes drop Began and Ended touch events" excuse. There is no reason to drop these events; in fact, there is *every* reason NOT to. This bug needs to be fixed. If you can't fix it, please make the code open source so we can fix it for you. Thanks.
sorbett on Jun 29, 2012 for Unity Remote 3
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