Monday, December 20, 2010

iPad VNC Client, Screens

If you purchased the Screens app, you should notice an update in your queue from the App Store. Version 1.1 has fixed many of the bugs will the version released last week...and brings some new features to the table. Most importantly, multitouch and SSH improvements.

SSH tunnel can now have an address specified as well as the SSH port is customizable. You can disable SSH tunneling while connecting to your PC/Mac on a local network. The connection status window has been improved along with speed and performance enhancements.

Feature listing
  • Universal - Screens will run on both iPhone and iPad - one app for both devices.
  • Easy to Use - Screens is the easiest, most user friendly VNC client for iOS.
  • Exit Cursor - Screens is a 100%, fully touched-base VNC client. Forget the cursor. Click, drag and scroll where your fingers are, not the cursor.
  • Secure - Screens can connect to your computer through a SSH Tunnel so your session is encrypted and safe.
  • Pull-to-Dock - Your Dock is hidden? No problem! Screens can make it appear with a simple flick!
  • Multi-Touch - Screens supports many multi-touch features your already use on your trackpad.
  • Screens Connect - Make your Mac available from anywhere. Easy as flicking a switch! No messy router setup.
  • Versatile - Connects with OS X, Windows and Linux and most VNC servers.
  • Works Anywhere - Through WiFi or a 3G network.

If you haven't picked up Screens for $15, it is available from the App Store

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