充分利用手机上的各种传感器, 针对不同游戏特别设计按键布局, 还可以按照需要自定义
It is not just the layout, the app makes full use of the on board sensors to provide the user the ultimate experience when playing (accelerometer, G-sensor, gyro, etc). For instance, FPS mode enables the gyroscope sensor, allowing you to aim at your target, while Race mode uses the G-sensor to enable steering. And these are just a few perks in this loaded all-in-one goodness of a control app.
Since our laptop's touchpad didn't work, we started with Touchpad mode. All worked perfectly. Buttons along the top edge let us switch between the 12 modes quickly. Function Keys mode let us restart or shut down the host PC and set other shortcuts. The typewriter layout is one of the best Android virtual keyboards we've seen. The Race, Joystick, and Shooter modes are totally cool (and effective).
If you’re a gamer looking for a relaxing spot to play the latest Grand Theft Auto, Resident Evil or Street Fighter then look no further than your big comfy couch. After installing Monect, the free app, sit back, relax and play any driving, joystick or shooting game you like and control them from your Android mobile device.
Of course there are plenty of remote apps out there, but as the folks at XDA Devs note, what truly sets this apart is the fact that it can also be used as a controller for different types of games such as racing, FPS, RPG, and more. Indeed, each game type of game boasts its own configuration with a familiar layout for those who are used to having different kinds of controllers for each game style.