Simple app that does everything it promises. Even "Ctrl" functions, which some complained about, worked flawlessly. The post-login automation is really useful. And the best part is that it's a free app with no ads/in-app purchases. The only thing that could be added is support for landscape mode, for example when I want to view a database with multiple columns.
Very useful, works almost as described. Time since last use doesn't work properly on latest version, a very minor inconvenience. The new copy-and-paste tool, while aspirational in design, does not work at all. The region definition cursors do not follow my touch (Samsung Galaxy 4, v4.4.4). Please fix this so I can rate five stars for what is otherwise a great app! Thank you!
Potentially the best app Google Play has seen. With a rating of 4.6/5 over 41000+ ratings it must be good. As a server admin I've used Putty for years and lives in my system32 folder. I must say, this is fabulous going mobile. I'm perfectionistic and one feature I'm missing is being able to locate RSA keys in folders other than the Android 6.0 downloads folder. Please also provide me with assisstance linking Puttygen RSA keys as it tells me its erroneous. Keep up the good work. Thumbs up.
App used to work well but progressively got worse. None of my servers display text correctly if at all when connected. *** EDIT *** Turns out that the settings where corrupted probably because a Google cloud backup restore of data from another device. Deleted app data, re-added hosts and I can now see text again. Would have been nice to be contacted by dev about the issue though
Does what you expect andfits my needs for a console ssh client. One annoyance on the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet is that editing a host is not usable; the original configuration screen doesn't show up and what does is utterly garbled. I ended up deleting my host configurations and recreating them.
Exact clone of Mobaxterm (or vice versa?). Terminal is fine but it doesn't reconnect SSH after connection loss == unusable as 'tunnel provider' to other apps on mobiles (i.e. in unstable networks). Also missing signalling of connection loss: One only sees it after opening the app itself and switching to the respective (terminal) window.
• Fixed scrolling behavior in new update.
• Major Material Design overhaul of UI.
• Improved cut-and-paste interface.
• Tabs are now used on large screens.
• Keyboard shortcuts and EULA in help menu.
• Terminal mouse support including mouse wheel.
• Full IPv6 host support.
• No more intro wizard on first start.
• No more outdated physical or virtual keyboard instructions.
Android proxifier that allows you to redefine network traffic with flexibility