Remote Pi

Use your iOS device as a remote wireless keyboard and trackpad for your Raspberry Pi and Linux computers too!

  • Send keystrokes and mouse events to Raspberry Pi computers over TCP/IP via a wired or wireless network.

  • Use for browsing, email, text editing, drawing or controlling media players remotely and inexpensively compared to wireless hardware keyboards and trackpads.

  • Use Remote Pi as a remote controller for your own Raspberry Pi applications and gadgets by simply responding to keyboard and mouse events.

Three easy steps

1. Get the app

2. Install the driver

Install and run in a shell on your Raspberry Pi or Linux computer:

sudo wget
sudo dpkg -i remotepi_1.0.17_armhf.deb
sudo /etc/init.d/remotepi start

By downloading and installing this software you agree to our Terms of Use and acknowledge that you have read and understand the contents of this binary driver.

For more information about the installed driver type in a shell:

man remotepi

3. Connect

  • Open the app.
  • Add a new connection. All you need is the IP address for you Raspberry Pi.
  • Tap connect.

See it in action!