MATRIC turns your smartphone or tablet into an application remote control for PC. Forget keyboard shortcuts and make your smartphone an extension of your favorite PC app or game.DOWNLOAD NOW
Unleash your creativity with powerful yet incredibly easy to use MATRIC editor. Build and share button deck for your favorite app in minutes.DOWNLOAD NOW
It's not just about emulating keyboard with shortcuts and macros, MATRIC utilizes power and versatility of smart devices with barcode scanner, photo capture and remote touchpad.DOWNLOAD NOW
Visit our growing community gallery and you might find ready made deck for your favorite app or game. Show your creativity and share your creations with the community.DOWNLOAD NOW
Low level keyboard emulation, works in most apps and games
Record multiple keyboard actions into precisely timed macros
Snap a photo on the smartphone and MATRIC can send it to PC clipboard
Scan barcode or QR code using the smartphone and MATRIC will type it to your PC
Uses smartphone screen as multi touch touchpad for PC
Create your own decks by using intuitive drag&drop editor
Join our discord server for support
If you are using Microsoft Edge, there is an issue (by design) that prevents Google authorization.
We recommend using another browser as your default browser.
You are getting a warning similar to this one
because Microsoft in its infinite wisdom does not trust us yet (and no, signing the code with 200$ certificate does not prevent this warning, only "helps" gain reputation sooner). Over an unspecified time period as application "builds reputation" Windows Defender will stop displaying this warning.
In the meantime, click "More Info" and then "Run Anyway" to install MATRIC.
Most common reason for this is Windows firewall on your PC preventing communication between MATRIC on smartphone and MATRIC on PC.
The first time MATRIC runs, you'll be presented with a dialog:
For most people clicking Alow access is the only thing that needs to be done, however there are special cases, for example:
You home network should be detected by Windows as "Private", however for some people it might be set up as "Public" in which case you need to allow MATRIC to communicate over the public network.
To check if your firewall is set up correctly:
1) Type firewall into start menu search and choose the "Allow an app through Windows firewall"
2) Click Change settings and find MATRIC in the list of applications, make sure the appropriate checkboxes are checked and click OK.