Application specific settings
Go beyond typical global settings. Set buttons to perform tasks in your favorite applications3, then switch applications and the buttons perform different tasks. For example, use your back and forward buttons on the browser to move back and forth as usual, then switch to Adobe® Photoshop® and the same buttons can navigate between layers.
See device status at a glance
With Notifications & Status you'll get device-specific information such as battery level, key backlighting level, and Caps Lock at the right moment. Know when your battery life is about to run out and when it's time to recharge so you're never caught off guard. For Easy-Switch™ enabled keyboards you'll be able to see which computers are paired to channels 1-2-3.
Logitech FLOW takes multi-device use to a new level
Using two or three computers at the same time is no problem with Logitech Flow. You can automatically switch between computers just by moving your cursor to the edge of the screen. It also makes transferring text, images and files between your computers effortless - just copy on one and paste on the other. Learn more about Logitech Flow.
Specs & Details
Supported Logitech device4
Windows® 10, Windows 8, and Windows 75
macOS 10.11 or above5
Logitech Flow requires computers that can connect to each other over a local network.6
Windows and macOS
- Simplified Chinese
- Traditional Chinese
- Portuguese (Brazil)
- Portuguese (Portugal)
4. Functionality may vary per device, please see supported device list and specific device features for detailed availability.
5. For previous versions of Windows and macOS, please download Logitech Options from the support page.
6. Logitech Flow uses the local network to link computers and allow them to share a mouse and, if available, a keyboard. For computers behind routers or firewalls, Logitech Flow uses a Logitech cloud service to assist with peer discovery and requires an internet connection. For more information please refer to Logitech Flow’s support page.