Ri Universal Remote

Ri Universal Remote
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Ri transforms your iPod Touch, iPhone, or iPad to a truly universal remote that fits in your pocket. With Ri there is no need to waste time to find the right remote or worry about batteries. Just plug Ri into the headset jack of your iPhone, select the model from the list, and you are set to go. It is that simple.  

The best part is that you can have Ri only for $29.99. 

We are temporarily out of stock. We apologize for the inconvenience. 

Feature List
  •  Works with all iOS devices - iPod, iPhone, iPad. System requirement: iOS 4.2 or higher.
  • Infrared (IR) remote for all your entertainment (TV, DVD, Home theater, Audio devices), work (Mac, Projector), or just basic needs (Lighting).
  •  You do not need to capture any IR code or even have the original remote - Ri comes with everything you need. (Leave the boring work to us.)
  •  Currently, Ri supports over 233 most popular brands, over 74 Different device types, and over 875 devices. And we are adding more everyday. Please let us know if we happened to miss your unique device.
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  • Please note that you need the Ri hardware for the app to work.
  • Please check the list of devices in the app before you buy Ri hardware. We support a large number of devices and we are adding more everyday.
  • Ri is not a learning remote.
  • Ri uses audio port.
  • Ri App

    Ri is a simple and easy to use app with an intuitive UI. All you need to do is to add your favorite remotes. To add a remote just touch the ADD tab and select the brand from over 200 brands. Next select the device available for that brand, and just wait for the app to configure the remote for you.

    Ri is easy! You do not have to do anything: no need to set up IR Codes, remote buttons, or need wireless connection. We have done all the work for you.

    Once you have one or more remote added to your list (Recent or Favorites List), you can start using them by selecting any one of them.

    Just make sure,
    • Ri hardware is connected to the headset jack
    • The sound volume is set to maximum