TouchPad, the popular $6.99 app that can turn your iOS device into a touchscreen remote for a PC or Mac, has been brought back to life by its new developer MartianCraft.
Crucially, TouchPad has received a redesign for iOS 7 as of its recently released 5.0 update, and the app’s updated user interface (UI) looks great running on the seventh iteration of Apple’s mobile OS. Along the top of the screen in TouchPad users can access three buttons — “Keyboard,” “Specials,” and “Media” — and a dedicated “Settings” pane also allows iOS device owners to configure TouchPad on their iPhone or iPad.
However, that’s not all TouchPad’s 5.0 update brings. Because a new “Dark Mode,” which can be enabled using a dedicated toggle button, allows users to switch TouchPad’s color scheme over to black and red when the lights are out. Take a look:
TouchPad’s Dark Mode.
Besides the above, bug fixes and performance improvements have been added in the application, meaning TouchPad should now perform better than ever.