Much better than I thought it would be. I connected to my laptop via my Nexus 6 running Android N, both on 802.11n wifi through a wall and still got a very nice experience. The lag was about half a second, but scrolling and such was very smooth! I recommend Hackers Keyboard, since it has the modifier keys on it's own, which I think to be much better, disabling the extra modkey row is something I suggest. By the way, is forwarding devices like joysticks or usb sticks planned? I would like such a thing. I love NoMachine and I keep recommending it.
I guess I was just unlucky... The app completely fails to start on my device, it shows the NoMachine logo for a few moments and exits to the home screen with no errors or messages. I would still recommend the desktop application to anyone though, as it's still the best remote desktop solution I've tried as of yet.
Nomachine rocks! Already love the Windows version, now I reach my PCs from my tablet - love that too. All I need to make it perfect is that elusive Anywhere function. ...
Works better than expectations. I have been using this on a Galaxy Tab 2 as a remote to my Dell Latitude 3460 running Win 7 Pro for a few days. I think it works great. I recommend this over Google Desktop or Microsoft's remote desktop.
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Works really well
This release comes with a new look, under-the-hood enhancements, bug fixes & other improvements.
New! Support for multi-languages.
New! Choose from 'Sunshine' or 'Moonlight' themes in the GUI.
New! Quick Bar for easy session management, providing cursor pointer control, keyboard, display view, log-out.
New! Choose which monitor to show when connecting to remote desktop with multi-monitors.
New! Dynamically change the resolution of the remote desktop to fit your needs with 'Resolution' slider.