Works for my purposes I can store a server, username, and password, and use them to make a connection. It even sends key presses directly to the server and has a menu for control keys, so I can even use applications like nano and vim without much difficulty. The other app I tried didn't have a monospace display, and had a separate input buffer in the app itself, restricting my input to the server to complete lines, all at once, with no command characters, thus rendering many commands unusable. This is much more useful.
One thing missing I would very much like to see openkeychain integration. Currently I would need to create a separate key for use with juicessh, but it would be much better if I could use the authentication key stored on my Yubikey. This is facilitated through the openkeychain application. Would totally understand making this a pro feature. I think it would be a huge boon and selling point to offer this functionality.
Totally functional This is the only one (out of 6 attempts) that really worked for all the functionalities I have tried. Even the keyboard shortcuts like: ctrl+L (clear screen) ctrl+C (halt execution), up and down arrows (list of last commands typed) worked perfectly. Perfect option!!!
Program is great, support has been non-existent lately. Been charged twice for the 'lifetime license' nobody at support will even get respond on how to correct this. Before anybody comments, yes, the same Google Account.. Both transactions are listed in the transaction history list at the same time.
Impossible to BEAT!! Local shell access with special terminal keys is Wow... What can you say about this app? Nothing but wonderful! I use it daily to connect to all my SSH servers! The extended keyboard for all your extra keys such as escape and control are right on the screen when you need them. Common keys such as / are on tap of the screen instead of 3... Arrow keys are also there as well as your Function keys if you love using htop to check load on your servers. Navigating using any text editor from nano to vim is easy.
I really love this app for many reasons. I like the size of the viewer, the additional function keys (CTRL, ESC, etc.), and the fact that it actually works well with an external keyboard (though for some reason it ignores NumLock). However, I REALLY would love to see support to connect to a Prolific based USB-to-Serial adapter on an OTG cable, as opposed to SSH/Telnet/etc. I would like to be able to use my phone in the field (IT) to console into a switch, UPS, etc. that is not on the network and thus lacks SSH/Telnet ability. In the developer's Trello roadmap, they mentioned that USB/Serial Device support would require rooting due to permissions, but I tested SEVERAL apps without rooting that were capable, but lacked any CTRL/ESC/etc. support (I need CTRL + C for example, to stop a PING command). If this support was added, I would literally not need to worry about other apps or keyboards (software or hardware) for my needs (no combination of which seems to fit what I need to do, such as sending a CTRL+C via Console). This is basically a perfect app otherwise, and I have loved it so far! :3
- Fixed Performance Monitor plugin on Android N+
- New Material theme for Performance Monitor plugin (thanks hwding)
- Fixed a few bad Italian translations
see https://juicessh.com/changelog for more