QVD client Beta

5.0
23 reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

Introduction

This is the QVD client for the Android platform.

QVD is a highly scalable, cost effective, easy to manage, open source VDI solution built on top of Linux.

The main focus is to provide desktop access for large number of users with a very small footprint for each user session by:

* Using the same OS image for all the users (using overlays)
* Sharing memory between user processes (using LXC)
* Using small bandwidth (using NX)

This version includes the Xvncpro application, you should be able to use the qvdclient instead of the xvncpro application as X11 / X server.

FAQ

How do I test it

* Click select demo connection and click on connect.

* Alternatively register in http://theqvd.com for the demo and use the following info

Login: your email address
Password: will be emailed to you
Host: demo.theqvd.com
Updated on
Apr 6, 2020

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5.0
23 reviews
A Google user
August 3, 2016
This application looks like nothing I'd expect to see running in a commercial environment? Looks like its been written by a 12 year-old script kiddie that stole code. Very reluctant to continue trying to get this working... Edit: down-graded to 1 star, completely and utterly fake. Doesn't do anything at all. Why does Google allow fraudsters on this store, makes me want to use iOS more everyday!
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A Google user
October 5, 2014
When trying to install prerequisites fails with "Item not found" on Google Play. QVD server/client worked like a charm, but Android client cannot even start, let alone connect to a VM. Please fix. Thanks
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A Google user
September 20, 2012
package is invalid at 20-sep-2012
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What's new

- Updated to OpenSSL 1.1.1.
- 64 Bits support.