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.
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.
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!
This is a WOW...free no ads working perfectly apps...And most of all it works great connecting via telnet. I used it with an Android phone and Bluetooth barcode scanner to replace big old symbol barcode scanner guns. This a great tool. Thanks so much to the developers. Cheers - Leandro
I got rid of JuiceSSH after privacy issues were raised so looking for a different app. Found that to enter commands requires multiple keystrokes. Worse is passwords are displayed and asked to enter into dictionary. This is very, very bad. Some remote apps refuse to work do to this procedure. Couldn't use some normal tools as I couldn't enter single letter options.
I have used this app for years, but some of the changes you have made recently just don't make sense. JuiceSSH works much better. I use Dyndns with pinhole ports through my router, my home Linux systems can be accessed either on a 192.168.1.x IP address on my home network or using an uncommon port on the Internet IP address of the router using PNAT to the correct SSH server. In my Connectbot, each server has two entries, one with its internal IP and the other with its Dyndns address. The icon functionality used to make some sense but now it does not. If you accessed a server successfully once before, it used to give a green tick by the server name, not it's a red exclamation mark. If a server hasn't been accessed for two days, it didn't used to matter on previous versions, the green tick would be there to show the last access worked. Now you get a "No Entry" sign, which makes no sense. I also have a problem on my old Nexus 7 tablet on Android 4.3 where when I try to import keys that are in the internal storage, it goes straight to Amazon Drive to try to find the keys with no option to go back to the find them on the local device. It seems to be a backwards step.
• 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.
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