Splashtop, the company behind the popular remote desktop mobile app, is extending support beyond iOS devices to include Google’s Android platform to the mix.
As you may know Splashtop Remote allows users to access and control their computer remotely through a mobile device “bridging the computing experience across devices.” It supports full real-time video and audio so you can watch movies, listen to music, access all of your files and applications, play PC and Flash games remotely, and even wake up a computer remotely via a “Wake-on-LAN” feature. Splashtop Remote is available localized for Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean and Spanish users.
Commenting on the Android app launch, Splashtop’s CEO Mark Lee said: “Splashtop is building the ‘Bridge to Anywhere.’ Of course, we’re talking software here, not Alaskan politics. Whether you’re a consumer with an Android-based eReader, or a business using iPhones, iPads or Windows tablets, now everything on your PC at home or in the office is at your fingertips no matter where you are. Splashtop Remote seamlessly bridges all of your devices.”
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