So you want to make remote connections from your iPhone? The days of people sitting behind their computer and being tied down to it are truly over. Not when all you need to manage your PC from a remote location is a decent iPhone application. PC remoting is still not perfect. Make no mistake about it. However, top remoting applications do let you get your work done without being close to your computer, and that’s all that matters.
If you are into the whole idea of remoting and want to have a tool to access your computer from your iPhone on the move, these are 6 remoting iPhone apps you should look at:
Wyse PocketCloud Remote Desktop & RDP Client: a powerful remote desktop application for iPhone that gives you access to your virtual machine, terminal server, or PC. It’s compatible with VMware and works with all connection modes (WiFi, 3G, Edge).
Jaadu Remote Desktop for Windows: not only allows you to connect remotely to your personal computer, it also can stream audio from your PC to your iPod Touch or iPhone (a feature not offered by many remoting apps). Comes with a built-in 128 bit encryption for secure connections.
RDM+ Remote Desktop for Mac OS: what good is a remoting app if it’s not compatible with your desktop computer. Not everybody owns a PC. For those with a Mac, this app is a must have.
iTap RDP client: provides support for NLA and TLS. It also supports huge desktops, up to 4096 * 2048 in size. Provides support for international keyboards as well.
Mocha Remote Desktop: supports 600×800,1024×768 or 1280×1024 screens. While it doesn’t support Windows machines that don’t have the RDP protocol, it is an affordable solution for your Pro Windows machine.
PC2ME+ Remote Desktop: this tool comes in very handy if you happen to be going to a lot of webinars on the go. It can remote connect to your desktop as well. Great tool for business professionals.
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