Features

  • See all your remote connections in the home screen and open them with a single touch.
  • Access and manage work resources published via RemoteApp and Desktop Connections.
  • Connect to multiple remote desktops at the same time. Keep an eye on different sessions while you multitask.
  • Navigate applications in your remote session easily using the touch keyboard, the Touch Pointer, Rotation and Zoom.
  • Automatically detect and optimize your connection quality with RemoteFX WAN Transport enhancements.
  • Customize settings for all remote connections at once or individually.

Additional information


Version Notes

This version includes the following updates: • Improved performance and reliability. • Addition of a new command bar button to easily display the on-screen keyboard. • Ability to manage RemoteApp and Desktop Connections resources directly from the app.


Ratings and reviews

Average customer rating

3.7
4,237 ratings

Rating snapshot

  1. 5
    44%
    1,867
  2. 4
    18%
    786
  3. 3
    11%
    479
  4. 2
    11%
    469
  5. 1
    15%
    636
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Anthony · 7/27/2015
Needs Connection Specific Options

The app works well, but is lacking in options for individual connections. An especially necessary option is resolution for the remote machine, so that the user doesn't have to squint at tiny elements of the remote machine on a high-dpi display such as the Surface Pro 3. Remote Desktop Connection has this option, but it too fails to scale a lower resolution back up to fit the screen (and instead leaves ridiculous black-space around the remote display area).

Nirav Y. · 7/14/2015

Very nice. Required since long. Request you to create profiles as credentials can be same for multiple remotes. Further, show icons for stored remote connections.

Marvin · 7/21/2015
suggestion...

use different multi touch gestures to control whether touch or pointer is in effect... also a multi touch gesture to open the keyboard.

Alex · 6/18/2015
Works Great

Just one more thing, please add the option to group connections in a folder or in a group "Metro Start" style, that will make it very convenient for people who connect to multiple connections. Thanks :)

Kenn · 6/11/2015

Very nice working. Please add more personalization for graphical features control such as resolution and background hide

Reviewer 6858 · 6/5/2015
Needs a Lot of Help

This app has the potential to be great, but it needs help. first, it needs some form of tutorial, it's way to complicated and there is no assistance. Second, connecting to devices needs to be a lot easier, I tried on several occasions to connect my laptop with the app for my phone, and it would never work. as stated before, this app has the potential, it just needs the help. I hope you consider these changes and improve, thank you.

Amy · 7/24/2015
Love this app on all my devices!

It's like a hybrid between RDPMan and RDC. Let's you save your connections and give you a nice graphical representation. I use it on Windows Phone, iOS, Android, OSX, and Windows 10. Awesome!

Chris · 5/21/2015

This app is a cool proof of concept, it offers two control options, either re-mapping the touch screen of the phone as a touch screen for the computer, or using it as a trackpad. That is a fantastic idea and works great. However the app is almost unusable. I remote into my desktop PC and the size of the screen makes it unusable, there needs to be some display scaling. If I open a window on my desktop it shouldn't only show me 1/8th of my window. There needs to be some scaling, and some sort of zoom option. If these were added this utility would be amazing. I don't usually write reviews on apps but I feel that this one has so much potential and I love to see it get better.

Diana · 6/8/2015

With the gateway support the app is really neat, but it causes a strange error: then you use it in the landscape mode with the screen turned clockwise (the right side on the top), the glance screen turns upside down after closing the app. Otherwise everything is in order. Thanks.

Chuck · 6/30/2015

Requires one of several extra cost Windows versions on Remote PC. Probably not worth it to most and yet it would be so easy and inexpensive for Microsoft to make this a standard feature. Poor marketing decisions like this generate ill will and allow others to eat Microsoft's lunch.

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