May 23, 2012 by Rachel Cericola
The latest company packing control into your favorite iOS portable is Pro Control. The company just announced that its ProPanel app is now available for use with the iPad, iPhone and/or iPod touch.
Designed for use with any Pro Control system with a ProLink.z control processor, the app offers several advantages. For your dealer, there are all kinds of setup perks, including easier customization.
For the user, however, ProPanel offers two-way feedback, which includes niceties like cover art, weather graphics, and more—as well as high-resolution graphics for the latest iPad. It’s also convenient and a way to get that iOS device into your mix.
ProPanel supports WiFi as well as remote access via auto-switching Wi-Fi and 3G wireless. It also works in both portrait and landscape modes.
“We are excited to announce the availability of our ProPanel app, which offers unmatched control at an exceptional value,” said Mike Everett, general manager for Pro Control. “Every detail of the ProPanel—from high-resolution graphics to its auto programming feature is designed to provide dealers with quick, effortless programming, while providing an intuitive and visually stunning experience for their customers.”
The ProPanel app is available now, from the iTunes store. To complete your purchase, you will need to buy a license from your distributor or online from within the Pro Control Studio software to enable communication with your Pro Control system
Find it Here: iTunes
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Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.
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