Mouse cursor didn't work on Server 2012 I love Remote Utilities. It has a small footprint and has never let me down in accessing my customers servers and computers. Unfortunately I can't get a mouse cursor on this Android version running on my S7 Active. Hope to try on the next version. Appreciate the attempt for an Android version.
Missing features, Needs major UI update. It works to get you connected but it really needs a better UI layout and for the layout to conform to some Android UI standards. The textboxes are too small. The rectangular "stop" button needs to be replaced with a back arrow or something more useful. All the buttons are too small for big hands. It needs a listview to show all the saved connections, not a spinner. Typing to the remote computer is not so simple in landscape mode. Why have a keyboard button if you have to press another keyboard button afterwards. Someone needs to read Android Design Guidelines and look how good apps are designed. Missing features: - Active Directory Login. It doesn't work at all with this!!! - Address Book sync with server. - Remote drag and scroll functions. This app may hold me back from purchasing a license. Edit: It has been almost 1 year and no new features. They have done a lot of work on their software excluded Android. What a shame. 1 star rating now.
well its okay... If there would be a option to lock the pc while accessing on the cellphone and improve the refresh rate because i'm really having a bad latency..
Horrible, i have 3 android devices. The mouse is not visible on any.Google should remove garbage like this. Completely useless
Doesn't work from my android tablet
Works perfectly on OneTouch Icon Pop Android Kitkat. I'm able to control my home and office computer. Can't control an older computer because it's still running Windows Vista! I've used it over wifi, but have not yet tried it using data airtime. It's a little bit challenging because of the size of the screen, but if I were really in a bind, then I could zoom it in, and be patient enough to do whatever I needed to do remotely. It would be nice to nickname the computers, but that's a small issue. Very happy with Remote Utilities.
Added: Connection logging
Added: Sending special key strokes and combinations, including Ctrl+Alt+Del
Added: iOS 10 support
Added: Ability to connect via a self-hosted server (GMS)
Improved: Performance optimization for low-speed connection
Improved: App main screen
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