The VooMote Zapper first went up for pre-order sometime at the end of last year, and begun to ship a month after that. Well, since December 2011, how has the VooMote Zapper changed your life? I guess Zero1.tv (the manufacturer of the VooMote Zapper) figured out that there has to be more to the VooMote Zapper than what it currently offers, and decided to update the VooMote Zapper app so that it will play nice with Apple’s iCloud. Basically, this new functionality would enable users to share the VooMote Zapper with the rest of the folks living under the same roof. Just what kind of benefits does iCloud with VooMote Zapper deliver? Well, we are looking at a far more convenient manner for households to share their custom remote control configuration for all electronics in the home, and with one another. This would mean your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad are not exempt. The app itself is free, but the VooMote Zapper will maintain its $69.99 price point.
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