Works great and does everything I needed to do. I've been using this product for over a month now. I haven't had any problems with it at all. My phone doesn't have a fancy processor or a whole lot of memory so it performs perfectly. It even operates in the background and stays connected without crashing. I don't have any problems with interfacing with my desktop computer. I also connect to a VPN that I serve and use the VPN connection to remote control my computer when I'm away from the home. And in both instances it works flawlessly. Five stars 100%.
Other vnc viewers work better Kept getting an authentication error. bVnc showed that it was because of encryption and also showed how to disable it on the server. Now both clients connect but this app warns that it isnt encrypted. Really? If you wont connect to an encrypted connection, why warn when it isnt encrypted (which is the only way it will work with an Ubuntu vnc server)?
It will be 5-star when non-scaling is available Right now, only pelya's XSDL has true pixel-to-pixel rendering for working hours and hours for programming work and art work on android. Any scaling makes you eye sight blurry and your eyes sore and water.
Same access I have from desktop on my phone I am called all hours to look at things and being able to see what they see is great. Trust me you can't see when they are tapping on the screen, but VNC allows you to
Works fine! Belongs to the essential network tools on all my android devices. It supports user specified ports so it can be easily used over SSH tunnels and other port forwarding situations. I recommend it.
Almost perfect - just needs a setting to make pressing Esc on a hardware keyboard send Esc through the VNC connection, instead of bringing up the disconnect prompt. Unfortunately a dealbreaker if you want to e.g. use gvim with a Bluetooth keyboard.
FIXED: The "Get started with VNC Viewer" first-run screen can now be dismissed on devices with small displays.