Not as seamless as desktop I bought full version. Does not directly open RDP. Copies password and pastes in UI. If you have hundreds of servers it is useless. I did not read reviews until after trial period. Big mistake.
Does not work Shield tablet and this app runs very slow and does not open my RTS v3 files. Says my password is wrong but the same pass works on both RTS and RTSX. This app is useless right now.
I love Royal TS but ... Just not on Android ... it doesn't take my saved passwords for any of the hundreds of servers I have saved into a document. There is no built in RDP client, unlike the windows client, or the tabbed connections for quick viewing multiple servers. I would gladly pay for a fully supported and fleshed out client ... this app just sucks. In its current state, this app is useless to me.
Not complete The desktop app is fine. This one though.... I get a blank screen on documents... There is no option to create a new one. Seems that would be one of the first things implemented...
Blank screen As Preston mentioned 3 months ago I also just have a blank screen with the only option in the menu being about. Nexus 6P, Android M.
Perfect integration We use the desktop version for support roles, as an MSP we required fast access if on the road. Allowing us to use the RTS desktop file for this was perfect. People moaning about passwords etc....really the fact phones get lost or stolen easily would worry me more if it had our customers saved domain server passwords set!
Changes in version 2.0.7:
- custom images from image library
- fixed a bug when long pressing a password field on phones
Changes in version 2.0.6:
- only list relevant object properties
- display custom images and custom colors
- option to show the password for all password entry forms
- option to show the password for password properties (tap and hold)
- focus password entry fields on open
- don't show password entry as fullscreen on tablets in landscape
- some bug fixes
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