At this week’s Macworld Expo, Splashtop, which specializes in instant-access computing, says it has extended its Splashtop Remote Desktop software product to support Macs. Now users of
The iMac, Mac Pro, MacBook Pro and Air, and Mac Mini can now access and control their home or office Mac remotely using a tablet, such as an iPad, or a smartphone, such as an iPhone, says Mark Lee, CEO and co-founder of Splashtop.
Mac support for Splashtop Remote is the newest update to the Splashtop product family, which also includes support for Windows, iOS clients, and Android devices. It allows users to access and control their computer remotely through a mobile device, such as an iPad, an iPhone, or an Android-based Dell Streak, Samsung Galaxy Tab or Lenovo LePad, bridging the computing experience across devices.
Lee says users can enjoy a rich and interactive remote Mac and PC experience that includes full real-time video and audio. With Splashtop Remote, users can watch movies, listen to music, access all of their files and applications, and play Mac, PC and Flash games remotely. Splashtop Remote is localized for English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish users.
The Splashtop Remote client is available now in the Apple App Store and on iTunes, and on the Android Market. To download the Splashtop Remote Mac server application for free or to learn more about Splashtop Remote go to http://www.Splashtop.com/remote .