PocketCloud Remote Desktop Pro App Allows you to Access Your Files Remotely, Now on Sale!

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  • 07 Jul 2012
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  • If you’re willing to pay the hefty amount of $10, you’ll get the ideal remote desktop app on Android: PocketCloud Remote Desktop Pro. The software is created by Wyse Technology Inc and allows the user to access his computer, files and desktop apps securely from the mobile device.

    This app is totally secure and being a Pro version, you get the bulk of all the features that matter. In case you think that $10 is too much, know that this is a sale and the app usually costs $14.99. Through PocketCloud you can remotely connect to your Mac and Windows desktop using the Android device. You can even access full fledged major apps like Outlook, Word, Photoshop and even games. You get enterprise security features and RDP/VNC compatibility. There are easy steup options, such as Auto Discovery, that grants access to the desktops with minimal setup and without requiring any special skills. You just install the app and follow the instructions.

    Then there’s the Advanced option, that allows PocketCloud to connect directly to computers running RDP or VNC. In this case you enter the IP address or hostname to connect. The application is optimized for both tablets and smartphones, offers full multitasking support and a touch pointer for mouse and keyboard control. You get nifty compression for 3G and 4G, 128 bit encryption and custom resolutions for RDP. Download the app from here!

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