Wyse’s PocketCloud For Android’s Been Released


If LogMeIn’s remote desktop access solution wasn’t enough to satisfy your needs, then PocketCloud could be another alternative worth looking at. One of the most popular apps on the iPhone, Wyse has brought PocketCloud to Android – a free remote desktop access client that will make you forget about any other client thanks to one word: free.

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It’s not just that it’s completely free, though. It’s also very easy to use and comes with a ton of great features. For now, this product is targeted at Windows-based PC users on all versions of Windows 7 (except Home), Windows XP Pro, Windows Vista Business, and Windows Server products.

An intuitive and innovative virtual mouse/keyboard implementation – alongside the application’s speedy performance and high degree of flexibility – makes PocketCloud an app that you should be check out right now if LogMeIn has failed you in whatever you’re looking to accomplish.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. This looks like it will be perfect for me…. just waiting for my Droid X!!

  2. Just Windows, eh? Get me a Linux-capable version and I’ll be all over it XD

  3. ahhh…how do I set this up, were do I go to get help?

  4. Just installed PocketCloud on my HTC Desire, and it allows 3 different type of connections (so far):

    – VMware View
    – RDP
    – VNC (Tech Preview)

    So, I reckon, for those looking for Linux connectivity, both the “VMware View” and the “VNC (Tech Preview)” could be an option.

    Can someone confirm my thoughts (or totally trash them…)

    As for help, you do need to know (at least a bit, and maybe used one or all 3 in other remote access situations) the above 3 mentioned technologies to go ahead. So read the one suitable for your needs or wants/desires…

  5. I’ve used both LogMeIn and Wise. Wise is better if you want RDP, but LogMeIn is better in general because it doesn’t require Pro Windows versions.

    Neither one compares to PhoneMyPC, however. It’s faster, easier to use, and if the Dev’s do what they say they will, it will do a lot more.

  6. Quote:a free remote desktop access client that will make you forget about any other client thanks to one word: free.

    It’s not free, it’s in Beta until the end of August when the Final version will be released as a paid app.

  7. PhoneMyPC works great for me. I love the description though, “One of the most popular apps on the iPhone” so just because iTards like it we should too?

  8. The ‘read more’ link is broken.

  9. I already paid for PhonemyPC, and it works, and RDP is above my head.

  10. RDP remote desktop protocol

  11. In my opinion, Android’s future is especially secure with the use of the devices as business tools, such as with the 2X Client for Android (…it’s a free download and lets you use Windows apps from your device, giving you application publishing and RDP Remote Desktop capabilities for free, in contrast to the Citrix Receiver and Wyse PocketCloud. Definitely worth a look.

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