Handy for a quick remote terminal Great for resetting a frozen XBMC box without getting off the couch - just "shutdown -r ..." Seems to do what it was intended to do, but I'd hate typing in long command lines without a keyboard of some sort.
from a gui perspective it's a big pile of shxy ... i installed it on 2 nexus 7 (a newer one and a 2012) ... on the newer one i was able to somehow quick connect, which the 2012 one absolutely refused and forced me to provide a connection name etc and identity name etc which i was never able to complete successfully ... no user manual or some guide for the 1st few steps found anywhere ... i used putty on the desktops before, so i'm not a complete idixy ... very frustrating to not even be able to get started ... i rate this negative 5 stars
Less plugins There can be lot of things we can do with ssh like monitor security, manage processes, kill a process, some common automated scripts those can help manage day to day task of server admin.
Best SSH application out there, which isn't high praise. I use this for port forwarding, but I need to forward multiple ports. That can't be done with just a single port forward; all three need to be set up individually, and there is no way to automate starting all three. Requests to developers for this feature have gone unanswered, despite responses in the past. It does what it does well enough, but don't think that this is any PuTTY.
Amazing SSH client Love this tool. Use it daily. Need a fix with console and keyboard on Note 4 that lose position. Not a big issue, annoying but can work around it. I'm sure it'll be fixed soon. No worries.
It would be nice I wish there were a way to disable scrolling on output. It's annoying trying to scroll back and read text that has rolled off screen when ever new output forces the display back to the bottom.
- Fixed bug that caused enter key to break in Nano when using the latest Google Keyboard
See https://juicessh.com/changelog for a full history of JuiceSSH updates.