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Want to control your lights from your iPhone while sitting on the couch watching television? Well now you can do just that! MobileX10 is a web application designed to be accessed from your iPhone that will give you full control over your X10 home automation devices. This is the most advanced and easiest to use application for controlling X10 devices from your iPhone. Not only do we offer X10 device control, we have also added the ability to create macros and schedule events!

There is no installation required on the iPhone itself, you just have to install the X10 software on your desktop PC which you then connect to from the Safari browser on your iPhone or iPod touch to control your X10 device.

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AppSafari review of MobileX10 was written by on March 2nd, 2009 and categorized under Cydia Apps, Remote. Page viewed 4648 times, 1 so far today. Need help on using these apps? Please read the Help Page.
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