Doesn't work I've about 6 months ago and immediately tried to refund it because I couldn't get it to work on any settings and it would crash on every attempt. It was too late to refund it, so I contacted the developers and told them about the issues I had and gave them all the details. In response to that they've made me a beta tester and since then I've been patiently waiting for a patch to fix the issues. Now the app doesn't crash when trying to connect anymore, but it still doesn't work.
Not the IOS version I had high hopes for this as I run the IOS version regularly and it's a stalker work horse most of the time. This one is nothing like it. Cannot reach my computer from the wi-fi connected to my LAN, let alone wan connect. Devs seem to have just given up on this project despite the high cost, I paid 10 pounds!
Has potential - Works, but slow As with most iOS to Android "ports", this app is nowhere near as good as its iOS counterpart. It seems to be a work in progress rather than the finished product I expected. Connecting via VNC to my Mac worked fine, Mac authentication and all, but man was it ever slow. Tried on both my Nexus 7 and HTC One M8 and the entire app is laggy, even the connection settings screens. Props for implementing Bonjour auto discovery, it makes connecting easier. Missing however is the SSH tunneling feature.
It does not work, nothing like its iOS counterpart It doesn't give you the ability to even log in, it sees the machines on the local network, but then you can't connect, please mirror your iOS app and you would have 5 stars, I would give this zero stars right now if I could.
NEVER WORKED DO NOT PURCHASE THIS APP. THEY HAVE POOR CUSTOMER SUPPORT AND DOES NOT EVEN CONNECT TO MY DESKTOP. I BOUGHT THIS 4 MONTHS AGO AND SENT MY FEEDBACK TO FIX THE PROBLEM BUT THEY CANT DO ANYTHING ABOUT AUTHENTICATION ISSUE.
So far it's been reliable and stable. It's the best VNC/RDP/etc. app I've used on Android. However, it's important to note – as the description mentions only in passing – that the Android version of iTeleport *does not* have their signature Internet connectivity. This app is only for use while connected to the same physical local network; while it will handily save some steps or avoid plugging a monitor into a headless system, it will not allow you to control a computer from outside the range of your WiFi. I haven't tested it with a VPN yet, so it's possible that would enable some of the features I've come to expect from the iOS version of iTeleport, but bear in mind that all the VPN work is now on your shoulders: iTeleport Connect doesn't handle anything for you in this version. If all you're looking for is a way to control a computer on your local network, this is probably the best way to do it if you don't want to use SSH. That said, calling it "iTeleport" feels somehow wrong when it doesn't have the teleportation feature that made the iOS original so iconic and useful.
- Fixed crash when connecting to Windows (VNC) on certain Marshmallow devices
- Minor UI adjustments for RFB encodings
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