TeamViewer (http://www.teamviewer.com) has announced TeamViewer 7 for Mac. The new version allows cross-platform online sessions between Windows, Linux, Mac, iOS and Android.
Having released TeamViewer 7 with the brand new TeamViewer Online Meetings functionality for Windows and Linux earlier this year, the latest version for Mac OS X makes it possible for Mac users to join and host online meetings as well as carry out remote support sessions. It’s now possible to share and view video both during an online meeting and a remote control session, making distance collaboration more personable.
Integrated video and VoIP enables meeting hosts and remote supporters to connect with their clients or colleagues face-to-face, helping to establish a relationship of trust between the different parties collaborating remotely. TeamViewer 7 for Mac further expands the high levels of desktop sharing functionality experienced in previous versions.
The software can start automatically with system boot and run in the background. With TeamViewer installed, Mac users can establish an immediate connection by entering the ID number and password of the unattended computer. The software allows not only incoming connections but also outgoing connections to other systems.
As with all TeamViewer solutions, all communication between the viewer and the viewed computers is encrypted with AES-256 bit encoding. The new TeamViewer 7 for Mac is available immediately and can be used on Mac OS X 10.4 or higher. The software can be downloaded at http://www.teamviewer.com/download . TeamViewer is free for personal use and lifetime licenses are available for commercial use. For further information, please visit http://www.teamviewer.com/licensing . TeamViewer also offers apps for iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch) and Android devices.