deadline is looming. You’ll need to slurp your coffee and head for home to access iPhoto. Thanks to LogMeIn Ignition you can view, edit and share any document on your home-based Mac from your iPad.
Once you’ve bought the LogMeIn Ignition app and installed it onto your iPad, you’ll then need to download and install the free LogMeIn software onto any laptop or desktop computer that you want to remote control. To do this you’ll need to pop along to www.Logmein.com and create a free account. Once LogMeIn is installed on your home computers, you’re ready to take control via your iPad from anywhere in the world! Make sure that you have Wi-Fi enabled on your iPad, and that your home-based Mac is online. Then follow these steps to interact with your Mac remotely.
Step 1: Add a Computer
Once you’ve created a free account with LogMeIn.com,
click the Add Computer button. This enables you to
download the LogMeIn software onto your Mac so the
iPad can control it.
2: Launch the app
Launch the LogMeIn Ignition app on your iPad, and
type in the email address and password you used to
create an account at www.Logmein.com. Click the
green Log Me In button.
3: Choose a Mac
You’ll see a list of your Macs that have the free
LogMeIn software installed on them. Click on a Mac.
Enter its user name and password. The iPad will
then remote connect with that Mac.
4: Remote Control Hints
When you connect, LogMeIn will show you a list
of tips to help you use the interface. All the
gestures you need are listed here, but if you don’t
want to see them every time you you can turn
6: Take control
Place your finger on the mouse icon and drag to
move it around the screen. Pop the cursor over a
folder and double tap to open it. You can launch
applications from the Dock too.
It can be difficult to hit the virtual mouse’s right-click
button. Tap the white mouse icon at the bottom
of the screen to toggle between right and