Today, I’ve updated SiriMote to version 1.3.9.
What Is SiriMote?
With SiriMote, you can control your Mac with your Apple TV Siri Remote.
A few examples:
- Control your Mac’s volume
- Control iTunes (play/pause, next or previous track, fast forward, rewind)
- Control Keynote (next or previous slide)
- Control QuickTime Player (play/pause, fast forward, rewind)
- Control VLC Player (play/pause, next or previous track, fast forward, rewind)
- Control Microsoft PowerPoint (start/stop slideshow, next or previous slide)
- Control any Mac app that reacts to your Mac’s keyboard’s media keys
What’s New in SiriMote 1.3.9?
– Re-establishes compatibility with macOS 10.12
– Improves the connectivity to your Apple TV Siri Remote
– Now asks for access to your Mac’s accessibility features (which the app requires to operate) if not already granted
– Fixes a few minor annoyances
– Ensures compatibility with macOS 11.0 Big Sur
– Built to run natively on Apple Silicon
Pricing and Availability
SiriMote is a freeware app, which means you can download and use it – without limitations – completely for free. If you like it, please consider taking a look at my other apps – thank you!
The app is available for download from SiriMote’s website (direct download).
SiriMote requires OS X Sierra 10.12 or newer and an Apple TV Siri Remote.
If you’re interested in writing about SiriMote, you can download the press kit here, which contains screenshots and further information.