Controlling your PC remotely from your Android smartphone is useful when you need to finish your work on you mobile devices. It proves impractical in everyday use. I’ve tested many remote desktop software to find one which can meet my requirements but cost less. Remote desktop control, while not something I use every day, has become an important part of my work life. Now, I’d like to introduce 4 great remote desktop apps for Android.
Ignition lets you control Windows PCs and Macs anywhere. As long as the PC is running, LogMeIn Ignition can find it over an Internet or LAN connection, wake it from sleep if needed, and drive it remotely. It offers paid LogMeIn Pro app or LogMeIn Free for you to choose. You can buy LogMeIn Ignition from the Android Market for $30.
Remote Desktop Client for Android
Xtralogic Remote Desktop Client for Android allows you to monitor Windows computers across the Internet from a Android device. Once connected, it gives you mouse and keyboard control over your computer while showing you everything that’s happening on the screen.
Splashtop Remote Desktop HD
If you want the fastest video refresh and great audio streaming, this remote desktop is by *far* the fastest that i’ve seen. It makes VNC look absolutely pathetic. You can watch movies or play games off your computer if your phone is fast enough. Splashtop Remote Desktop HD ($19.99) is optimized for Android 3.X, or Honeycomb, the Android version specifically designed for tablets.
Wyse PocketCloud RDP/VNC
PocketCloud enables remote access to Windows or Mac desktops over WiFi and 3G/4G networks. Use your Android smartphone or tablet to access any file and run any application on your computers.