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Control Android From Windows

Jerry Tyler, User (Posts: 5)

May 01, 2014 2:10:52 am EDT

Hi Anton,
Thanks for a quick answer.
Well you should definitely consider making an Android host  ;)
I use and have bought your system but I see other competitors are starting to presenting hosts to Androids. And this would be of great value, not only for us but for a lot of other companies using androids as digital signage etc.

/JJ

Control Android From Windows

Jerry Tyler, User (Posts: 5)

Apr 30, 2014 3:50:14 am EDT

Hi,
Have you any plans on developing an app for controlling Android devices from Windows?
Right now I've been trying Tea*Vie*er and it works pretty well except for I have to manually allow each session. We use android tablets for digital signage and would like to be able ro control the tablets as we do today with windows clients.

Best Regards
JJ

What a great piece of Software!!

Jerry Tyler, User (Posts: 5)

Sep 16, 2013 8:22:04 am EDT

Hi Conrad,

Thanks for the info! I just realized that you do offer a GMS server as well as a portable viewer!! I'm going to dig in to the apps and will definitely post an email if I run in to something I can't get around.

B. Regards
JJ

What a great piece of Software!!

Jerry Tyler, User (Posts: 5)

Sep 16, 2013 7:37:57 am EDT

Hi Conrad,
Thanks for the reply! As a matter of fact I'm going to make my first order (though a small one)to implement this at one of my customers computers. Still can't get exited enough of how many possibilities it has being able to quickly make changes to a host. Only by an accident I stumbled over this software getting mentioned on a forum. I really do look forward to an Android version since we also work with Scala Infochannel and I do see great potential to implement it in tablets for customers.

Best Regards
JJ

What a great piece of Software!!

Jerry Tyler, User (Posts: 5)

Sep 15, 2013 7:18:40 am EDT

I have been using the free version for a couple of days and I already feel that this software have greater potential than Teamviewer. First of all it let's me use it for free with only some limits compared to the paid version. Well this is only a good thing since I will definitely will be obtaining paid versions for my clients in a very close future, as a per computer license. This way of marketing is the way to go in my opinion. It really gives a user the time to test the product to it's limits and buy the product when the times come when going professional. Thanks again!

I hope a web based version would be available soon  ;)

/JJ