TeamViewer for Remote Control Update adds Windows 8 Related Features and More

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  • 05 Nov 2012
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  • TeamViewer is the provider of the most popular tool for remotely managing and accessing files between PC’s with minimum effort. The solutions are provided for free so anyone can use them except in cases that involve businesses where a licence is required and can be purchased.


    As the naming suggests, TeamViewer for Remote Control for Android is a tool that will help you remotely manage and access files stored on your PC. All you have to do is download and install the free PC software and have the app installed on your smartphone. Windows 8 users should try the new TeamViewer beta software for the new Microsoft OS. Once you have it installed you only need to enter the ID and password of the desired computer and the connection is ready.

    Today TeamViewer for Android has been updated to version 8.0.772. Among the features of the new version there are the added shortcut buttons for Windows 8 edge gestures. You can not stream the sound from the remote computer, something that has been missing though available with other solutions of the same kind. There is now support for TeamViewer 8 Management Console including connection logging and commenting and support for TeamViewer 8 group sharing. There is a new shared groups view and the usual bug fixes and improvements.

    TeamViewer for Remote Control is available for free from the Play Store.


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