Xpadder is the perfect example of a useful app that doesn’t get the praise it deserves. With no fancy graphics, and a user interface isn’t that beautiful, the utility is sturdy and serves an essential purpose. Essentially, the software allows you to map controller buttons to a variety of basic keyboard and mouse gestures. Furthermore, letting you use a large number of controllers that would otherwise be useless on Windows PCs. Although Xpadder has many uses, the most common is configuring controllers to work with games that have no native support. When Windows recognizes the controller, the app you map the controller’s buttons. Also, you can set the button actions to customize the experience further. With almost an infinite number of possible controllers and games configurations, finding the right one takes some time.
Developed for the Windows operating system, Xpadder is compatible with Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista and XP. Currently, there is no support for Mac OS X, and it is unlikely that there ever will be. Also, version 5.3 is the last free version with an available free download. For the latest paid version, visit the official site and purchase a copy for a mear 9.99 USD.
If you love playing games on your PC, but miss using the console controllers, this software is a perfect solution. Not only can you map your keyboard, but you’ll also get the real console feel during gameplay. While the latest version is not free, you can still enjoy the free demo version for testing. We’re confident you’ll love it, and at that point, you can purchase the full version for at a fantastic price.
RequirementsWindows, Mac OS X