Remotix VNC, RDP & NEAR

Remotix VNC, RDP & NEAR

By Nulana LTD

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2011-09-09
  • Current Version: 7.0.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 13.95 MB
  • Developer: Nulana LTD
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 159 Ratings

Description

Here is what Remotix users say: “Does everything I want and expect it to do. Without a fuss or unnecessarily indirect methods. Highly recommend it.” CaptSnappy “Use it on Mac, iPad and iPhone, works flawlessly. I support remote systems, Mac & PC, VNC & RDP. I have tried many, have not seen anything that comes close to this app. Extremely satisfied.” jminhudson General Features • Introducing NEAR - low-latency, adaptive, H264-based remote desktop protocol • Apple Screen Sharing, VNC and RDP, including RD Gateway • Connect from anywhere with Remotix Cloud technology • Automatic clipboard synchronization • Syncs computers across all devices with Remotix Cloud & iCloud • Secure SSH connections with both password and public key auth • Discovers all nearby machines using network scanners • Wake-On-LAN • Master password & Touch ID protection • Designed for iPhone, iPad and iPad Pro • Take and share the screenshots of the remote machine Control Interface • Full set of multi-touch gestures to pan, zoom, drag, right click & scroll • Point-and-click or touchpad-mode remote desktop control • Hardware and bluetooth keyboard support, including F keys, cursor and modifiers • Swiftpoint GT and Citrix X1 mouse support • Complete international character input • Extended keyboard to access copy/paste, function and navigation keys • 3D Touch for right click If you are connecting to Mac or PC with NEAR: • Hardware accelerated H264 based remote desktop experience; • Three quality modes, including “smooth” - for video & games. • Automatically adapts to changing network conditions; • Clipboard synchronization; • Remote sound transfer; • Login using system credentials or personal access code; • Curtain mode & remote screen locking (Mac only). If you are connecting to a Mac with Screen Sharing: • Five quality modes, including adaptive for average and slow Internet connections • Multi-display configuration selection, combined or each display individually • VNC password and Mac OS X authentication methods • Greatly improves interaction speed with server-side picture scaling, • Multi-language keyboard input using "Keyboard through Clipboard" mode • Remote screen locking • Access to hidden dock or menu If you are connecting to Windows over RDP: • RD Gateway & load-balancing configurations • On-the-fly resolution and scale change • Sound playback & recording • Real time network speed adaptation for the best performance over 3G or LAN • Secure NLA authentication • RDP over SSH If you are connecting to Windows or Linux over VNC: • Tested and works well with UltraVNC, TightVNC, RealVNC, VMWare, TigerVNC, x11vnc and other servers • UltraVNC Windows Logon authentication • TLS encryption and VeNCrypt authentication (ProxMox) • x11vnc -ncache mode support

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Reviews

  • Really needs X11 client support and ability to direct connect over internet

    3
    By sunny trails
    Cute, what’s there appears well written but to be useful must have X11 client support and not require special software to be installed. We run lots on Linux systems can support as X11 servers. Really really need X11 client support.
  • Brilliant

    5
    By S1D2
    Brilliant^2
  • Best yet

    5
    By EastTNBill
    I’ve used several remote access products over the years, always to get back to a dual screen desktop system, and mostly from a large screen laptop. The transition to trying to access that desktop from an iPad took me through several apps prior to this one. Remotix has obviously put a lot of thought into the issues that arise in a situation like this, and their solutions are intuitive, natural, and effective. Well worth the investment.
  • Very poor support

    1
    By ArthurVP
    Software wise, the app performs well, BUT I'm so disappointed on how they handle a simple situation. The app support is so poor that it will take either a few days to respond to an email, or they will never answer to inquiries at all. I recommend to keep on trying other apps first before buying.
  • I like it

    5
    By Mikael_Sthlm
    Looked for something to change to from Desktop connect and found this. It works for my needs.
  • The best VNC app I've ever used

    5
    By I liked v1 better
    Well worth the price. This is the best VNC app I've ever used. Polished. Fast screen updates. Very little lag. Hands down the best UI for VNC on a touchscreen. The mouse controls work fantastically. If you are looking for a VNC app that you'll enjoy using, don't hesitate...Buy this app!
  • So very close

    4
    By Abe Rad
    A very capable Remote Desktop client. It has almost everything I need, except that it seems the SwiftPoint Mouse support seems a bit broken. I cannot get the application to send a middle mouse and hold event using the mouse... so if your hoping to use this app as a means for accesses remote CAD sessions as I do, you may be out of luck until this is fixed.
  • Best remote desktop app in the App Store

    5
    By slunkmaster5000
    Supports all applicable features of the three remote desktop protocols in mainstream years, and has a very polished and into the interface. I recommend to everyone.
  • Glad I read the reviews...

    5
    By EvilToaster101
    Excellent app, I hardly rate but I am very happy with this app. Wish it had more mouse options but it works extremely well with the apple keyboard. I tried Microsoft's RDP rendition. But this one has more features and much smoother. Glad to have purchased it.
  • Does what you want when you need it

    5
    By macsrwe
    I use this app only about once a month – but when I need it, nothing else will do. It does exactly what I want in the way I want to do it, no more and no less. It gives me clear fine control over a big screen cursor from a tiny iPhone screen, and gets ancillary garbage like the keyboard well out-of-the-way when I'm not using it.

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