Tuple is for developers

We made an app specifically for pair programming. Here's why it's better than generic screen-sharing.

Ben Orenstein
over 2 years agoApril 5, 2019
Two things I forgot to mention in the video: 

1. Your remote pair has full keyboard control! This includes even weird key combinations like cmd+tab or cmd+shift+tab.

2. We also transmit high-quality low-latency audio, so you and your pair can chat as if you're sitting next to each other.
Ash Guy
over 2 years agoApril 5, 2019
Wow. This is looking fantastic!
Ben Orenstein
over 2 years agoApril 6, 2019
No *you're* fantastic.
William Pelton
over 2 years agoApril 6, 2019
This is amazing. Fast, clean, and loaded with only the exact necessary features.
Ben Orenstein
over 2 years agoApril 6, 2019
Yay! Thanks William :)
Daniel Ortiz
over 2 years agoApril 6, 2019
This is looking astonishing, definitely worth to try. You guys already earned a fan
Ben Orenstein
over 2 years agoApril 6, 2019
Thanks Daniel :)
Jeffrey Guenther
over 2 years agoApril 6, 2019
Amazing work! I've loved watching this come into reality. Been working my way through the Art of Product back catalog and I'm almost up to realtime, so it's exciting to see the current state of the app. Can't wait to try this one day.
Caleb Porzio
over 2 years agoApril 7, 2019
Wow, you guys really paid attention to the needs of developers. Auto DnD mode, opening links in targets browser, performance monitoring, and changing resolutions. THESE are the things that set Tuple apart. Beautiful.
Christopher Chant
over 2 years agoApril 8, 2019
Hi Ben,

this is even better than I imagined it would be. Great work! I can see a lot of software testers using this pair testing sessions too
Guillaume Petit
over 2 years agoApril 10, 2019
Looks primising!
Anonymous
over 2 years agoApril 12, 2019
Looking forward to taking it for a spin.
Anonymous
over 2 years agoApril 15, 2019
Looks very cool! Cant wait to use it
Adrian Madrid
over 2 years agoApril 15, 2019
Looks great.
Wes Turner
over 2 years agoApril 16, 2019
Looks amazing! So glad there's a viable replacement to the now-defunct screenhero.
Jim Vogel
over 2 years agoApril 16, 2019
Wait, is tuple mac only?
Ben Orenstein
over 2 years agoApril 19, 2019
Yes it is.
Alan Gardner
about 2 years agoApril 26, 2019
Will it always be Mac only (a la Screenhero) or is there Linux support in the pipeline?
faddah
over 2 years agoApril 16, 2019
looks great! will share with others here at my job.
Andrew
over 2 years agoApril 16, 2019
Super great
Jase
over 2 years agoApril 16, 2019
Nice work!
Cam Langsford
over 2 years agoApril 16, 2019
I'm pretty sure this is Mac only for now but would like to +1 a Windows version. Love the podcast. 

Thanks
Cam
Jack
over 2 years agoApril 20, 2019
Amazing! Nailed it! I laughed when you said to close some docker containers... that's my go-to solution for Zoom issues.

I'd love a Linux version, if and when you get the bandwidth to branch out. Also, we frequently find ourselves wanting to share both ways simultaneously while pairing, esp with a dual-monitor setup. Screen 1 viewing your pair's screen and screen 2 shared with them.
Casey Provost
over 2 years agoApril 23, 2019
This is amazing!
Jeff L.
over 2 years agoApril 23, 2019
Looks promising. What's the latency number that you found at which remote pairing starts being frustrating (because of the unsettling distinction between the time you press a key and it appears on your local rendering of the remote screen)?

(I suspect it's somewhere around a quarter-second to a half-second based on doing remote pairing for about 4 years)
Jamey Davis
over 2 years agoApril 24, 2019
02:58:67
Ben, you are a gentleman and a scholar. Thanks for this!
Sarah
about 2 years agoApril 25, 2019
Does it have voice capabilities too?
Ben Orenstein
about 2 years agoMay 1, 2019
Yes it does!
Alan Gardner
about 2 years agoApril 26, 2019
When you say US keyboards only (in the email) is that a key layout restriction or a hardware restriction? I have a custom VP3 keyboard that I use with a UK layout, will swapping to a US layout be all I need to do?
Ben Orenstein
about 2 years agoMay 1, 2019
Yep, that should work fine.
Jon
about 2 years agoApril 26, 2019
Congratulations, it looks amazing! Can't wait to use it... sad that I can't afford it in my sideproject with my pair.
Matt Wohler
about 2 years agoMay 2, 2019
Finally, a solution completely taliored to developers.. Can't wait to show this to my team!
Tristan Bailey
about 2 years agoMay 3, 2019
Congratulation, on getting it compact and sharing whole screen and extra detail on performance.
James Chambers
about 2 years agoMay 7, 2019
This is looking great, congratulations guys. Exciting times ahead for Tuple.
Uziel Bueno
about 2 years agoMay 21, 2019
This tool looks really awesome!. I might need this to have coding sessions with my teammates.
Denis
about 2 years agoJune 5, 2019
oh, wow! looks and feels neat, waiting for the launch
Andrey Mikhaylov (lolmaus)
about 2 years agoJune 5, 2019
When are Windows and Linux versions gonna be available?
Cory
about 2 years agoJune 5, 2019
Dang this is a really impressive demo! 🔥
Henno Täht
about 2 years agoJune 5, 2019
You probably know this: https://www.google.com/search?q=operating+system+share+for+professional+developers

Yet I see that Linux is the next target in your road map. I guess I could ask my pair to install Linux but... why Linux?
Jason Montalto
about 2 years agoJune 25, 2019
Whoah!
kataras
about 2 years agoJune 25, 2019
Amazing stuff here. Good job to all devs who work on that one. I am interesting to see how the Windows/Linux expandation will go with C++ as well. Don't hesitate to publish some technical articles to sites like medium or dev.to; will help you make Tuple even more popular!

Greetings,
Gerasimos Maropoulos, author of https://iris-go.com
reda
about 2 years agoJune 25, 2019
Fantastic. Wish you the best.
Mike
about 2 years agoJune 26, 2019
If the indian call center scammers loved this demo as much as I did, our grandparents are screwed!

All joking aside, please don't let this fall into their hands.
Gareth
about 2 years agoJuly 15, 2019
I love this....but it has to be cross platform (at least Windows) for me to consider a purchase - any idea on Windows ETA
Steve
almost 2 years agoOctober 15, 2019
After 4 months ago all the comments here turned to Spam - does this mean tuple is dead or that you don't care?
Ben Orenstein
over 1 year agoOctober 23, 2019
Just didn't notice! Cleaning them up now.
Jimmy Gristle
almost 2 years agoOctober 22, 2019
Amzing work. This is as nice as ScreenHero used to be, but unfortunately seems cost-prohibitive. In the past I've used ssh/tmux for slow connections, or VNC over an SSH tunnel plus an audio chat on faster connections. These don't offer a second mouse pointer and built-in chat, but they're cross-platform, performant and free.
Anonymous
almost 2 years agoOctober 22, 2019
Wow! It looks amazing! ♥️♥️♥️ Any plans to make a Linux client?
Ben Orenstein
over 1 year agoOctober 23, 2019
Eventually!
Marc T
over 1 year agoNovember 2, 2019
I really enjoyed using ScreenHero to provide OSX tech support for my parents.  Unfortunately the currently available recurring monthly fees (2 person team = $50/mo, or freelancer @$300/mo) are as Jimmy Gristle said, "cost-prohibitive".  I could imagine a one-time fee for a working pair of licenses... can Ben also imagine this?
George W
over 1 year agoNovember 5, 2019
I believe the freelance package is $300/year and it would also allow you to pair with unlimited clients
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