Arboreal Software today posted Romeo 0.9, the latest release of its application that allows you to remotely control your Mac via Bluetooth and a compatible Sony Ericsson phone (t39m, t68), as noted by MacUpdate. Like, Sony Ericsson Clicker, it lets you control programs such as iTunes and DVD Player, as well as presentation applications. Romeo also lets you use your mobile as a mouse, as a volume control, or as a method of telling your Mac when you’re there. Version 0.9 brings multithreading, editable menus, a plug-in system, range and ring actions, and full user access to special actions such as mouse movement. Romeo is freeware.