With its first major software update this year, iRule has released iOS Version 3.0 of its cloud-based universal remote control system. Version 3.0 offers more functionality and automation while simplifying the system for audio-visual enthusiasts and professional installers. An upgraded Android version is expected later this year.
Detroit-based Detroit Venture Partners announced a second round of funding for iRule, a platform for home entertainment automation that makes it easier for consumers to control their home theater system with a universal remote control anytime from anywhere from a mobile device.
With its second major software update this year, iRule has released Version 2.5 of its cloud-based remote control system.
IRule, the cloud-based remote control app for iOS and Android devices, has released iRule Manager, geared to assist professional dealers by simplifying the process of installing, modifying, organizing and selling iRule licenses to end users.
Responding quickly to customer feedback, iRule has released Version 2.3 of its cloud-based remote control system. This new version is designed to work on iOS devices such as the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
IRule, the Detroit company that launched a cloud-based universal remote control system for Apple iOS-powered devices last year, has released iRule for Android, featuring all the same functionality and customization available in the iOS version.
Detroit-based iRule LLC, a developer of cloud-based software that allows home electronics to be controlled by iOS devices, said Monday it had completed its round A financing.
Detroit-based iRule has released version 2.0 of its iPhone and iPad app to turn the devices into universal remote controls.
New Michigan-developed software now enables you to control your complete home entertainment system right from your favorite handheld device.