Is there a desktop client or not? Only instructions to enable remote desktop was provided. How do we actually connect?
Developer helpfulness Great app. Newer version broken on Android 4.4.4 (who knew!) but Iordan had fix out in 0.5 day on a Sunday. Outstanding.
The power supply for my laptop died at the worst possible time and I urgently needed to get some work done and access files. After scratching my head for a minute I remembered my trusty Nexus but dated Nexus 5 could VPN to my small raspberry pi cluster which also held backups. After a quick SSH to install xrdp I searched for an Android client. As with any app I avoid the commercial hype and look for something simple and settled on this which proved to be simple and straight to the point. I was able to painstakingly (small phone) get done everything I needed without any issues or annoying app interruptions. Very clean and straightforward app! Thank you!
Only RDP client I have found that works with Linux XRDP server. A useful feature for those that run Desktop Linux in data centers
The only RDP client that works with xRDP and VirtualBox's RDP feature. The interface is a little clunky but hey, it works!
Doesn't work Self-advertising dialog breaks setup, making app useless.
- Better wrong auth detection
- Security updates
- Gboard kbd fix
- FreeRDP library fixes.
- FreeRDP library upgrade and many stability fixes.
- New Global options in Main Menu: Force Landscape, Immersive Mode Disable, Keep Screen Awake
- Immersive mode!
- Bug fixes
- Security library upgrades
- Multi-factor authentication support (pro version)
- New menu icon next to keyboard icon
- Security update
- Stability improvements
Opaque is an oVirt, RHEV, and Proxmox client that makes connects you to your VMs