Screens VNC App Gets Dropbox Support

Screens VNC App Gets Dropbox Support

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The Screens VNC app has been updated with Dropbox support and other improvements including more graceful Macintosh User Authentication.

Leave your computer behind and travel light! Screens is a beautiful, yet powerful Screen Sharing and VNC client that lets you connect back to your Mac, Windows or Linux PC from the comfort of your living room, the corner coffee shop or anywhere in the world.

• Connect from Everywhere
Install Screens Connect on your Mac or Windows PC and make it easily reachable from anywhere in the world.

• Stay Synchronized
Your saved Screens follow you on every iOS device you own through iCloud.

• Quickly Connect to Nearby Computers
Initiate a single-shot connection to a nearby Mac or Linux PC without having to create a new Screen.

• Connect Safely
Screens can connect back to your computer through a secured connection. Enable Remote Login on your Mac and you’re done!

• Touch and Trackpad Modes
Control your computer with touch gestures or just like a trackpad.

• Hot Corners
It’s like they were meant for Screens. Get more control over your Mac!

• Shortcuts for Everyone
Screens’ scrollable shortcuts toolbar ensures that you'll always have your favorite shortcuts close when you need them.

• Display Selection
Do you have more than one display attached to your Mac? Screens supports multiple displays allowing you to always access what you need, no matter which display its on.

• Full Hardware Keyboard Support
Don’t like that virtual keyboard and prefer to tap on real keys? No problem!

• Pasteboard Heaven
Send text back to your computer and receive text, images and URLs from it through the pasteboard.

• AirPlay Mirroring
Send your computer’s display to your TV through AirPlay.

• On Disconnect Actions
Screens can execute special commands before it disconnects from your computer. Execute one of them Hot Corners or get the remote user to log out.

• SSH Keys Support
Initiate a secure connection (SSH) with a key, with or without a password.

• URLs-O-Rama
Launch Screens from URL Schemes like screens://, vnc:// or ssh://.

• A VNC Server, such as UltraVNC or TightVNC, is required to connect to a Windows PC.
• Windows and Linux users are required to configure their router and computer manually to access their computer remotely.
• A SSH Server, such as freeSSHd, is required to create a secure connection to a Windows or Linux PC.
• Pasteboard images are only receivable from a Mac. Windows and Linux PCs can only receive text and URLs.

See Screens’ User Guide for details.
• Screens will not receive any sound from your computer. This is a limitation of the RFB protocol the app is using.
• Screens Connect requires OS X 10.6.8 Snow Leopard or later. You will need to create a free Screens ID.

What's New In This Version:
Dropbox Support! Screens still defaults to iCloud when saving your saved screens but now allows you to use Dropbox to synchronize them.

**Other Improvements**
● Screens now handles Macintosh User Authentication without passwords more gracefully. It will only prompt you once and remember that your user has a blank password.
● General stability and performance improvements.
● Added Norwegian keyboard support on Windows.
● Fixed some Belgium and Finnish keyboards bugs.
● Screens won’t use an SSH password as a VNC password if it is associated with an SSH key.

You can purchase Screens VNC from the App Store for $19.99 or from the Mac App Store for $34.99.

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Screens VNC App Gets Dropbox Support

Screens VNC App Gets Dropbox Support