TeamViewer for Android Beta Now Available


TeamViewer for Android has finally gotten its public beta release, we’ve learned today. It’s free to use for those of you who aren’t using it for business. If you aren’t familiar with it, TeamViewer allows you to remotely view and control your PC desktop from any supported device. (That now includes Android devices, of course.) You’ll have to head on over to their site to download it, but once you get your hands on the .apk file, you should be good to go. (Again, I apologize to all of you poor AT&T users. Let’s hope they stop crippling your phones.)


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. These articles are getting in the way of the ads

  2. Finally! It works alright, but they have some gesture work to do.

  3. I just installed it on my MyTouch 3G and Windows XP.

    It’s a nice app. I can see it being even better on a screen that’s over 3.8″ inches.

  4. You know…. I’m technically an AT&T user, although I bought my N1 directly from Google. It’s kinda nice hearing people complain about how they can’t side load apk’s without needing a workaround, and knowing I don’t have to deal with it.

  5. Keller stfu, you don’t needed to write that on every post, its their website and if they wanna make money off of adds then they will, every other site does it so get over it

  6. I don’t know what I think of this…

  7. Very easy to navigate. The set up was rather confusing at first though so for the first time users, make sure you download the the right version (version 6 and not 5…) for it to properly work with the phone. I use it to access my computer when I leave my house and activate my surveillance cameras, configure, record, snap shot and monitor all through it from my phone. So convenient. Highly recommend it.

  8. Keller, what’s stopping you from installing an ad blocker?

  9. Is it as good as PhoneMyPC?

  10. wtf? this app sucks, PhoneMyPC is MUCH better. it has a MUCH better implementation.

  11. Love it on iPad, but sadly its only on windows now…

  12. Awesome!

    I use this app all the time when I’m at home and I need to get something that’s not on the computer that I’m using.

    Having it on my phone will be just one extra way of accessing my computers at home!

  13. I already use androidVNC for Linux machines & remote RDP for Windows machines. No software required on target machines. So why would I want this?

  14. Sounds cool. Anything like this for OS X ?? Just askin…

  15. Does this transmit sound from the PC to the phone?

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