Remotix supports the full set of multi-touch gestures for convenient control of the remote machine, including pan, zoom, scroll and right mouse click.
You can select between touch-based or touchpad-mode control interfaces.
Automatic Discovery of Macs and PCs
Remotix automatically discovers all nearby Macs and PCs using Bonjour & NetBIOS. There are also LAN and IP range scanners with the automatic setup to locate specific machines.
Best for Apple Screen Sharing
Enjoy connections to remote Macs. Remotix is the only VNC client with complete Screen Sharing support. Multidisplay configurations, session selection and
adaptive quality codec are only few of features Remotix provides.
RDP: Complete sound support
Both with sound playback and recording, you can use Remotix to operate Voice-over-IP applications, such as Skype, on your remote Windows machine.
RDP: File Redirection
With file redirection, all files from your Android device are available on the remote machine as a folder named "Files on Remotix".
International Keyboard Input
No headache entering text in multiple languages. Remotix fully supports international and multilanguage keyboard input.
Remotix supports SSH tunneling with both password and public key authentication methods. Both VNC and RDP can be SSH tunnelled. All major auth methods for VNC & RDP are provided as well - including OS X login
and RDP NLA.
VNC: Picture Quality Settings
For Mac connections you can choose between five quality levels based on your needs, internet connection method and speed. The "Adaptive" option is perfect for slow connections.
VNC: Server-Side Scaling
On a small screen it makes sense to enable Server-side scaling to increase connection speed. Remotix will reduce the amount of transmitted data
with no significant influence on image quality.
Extended Keyboard Layout
Remotix extended keyboard includes the most important keys missing on Android like Win, Ctrl, Tab, copy/paste, and function keys (F1 through F10).
You’ll also find a set of arrow keys to scroll.
"I tried every VNC app I could find. None worked on Lion. This guy finds every Mac in the house (3) and connects with a click, user name, and password... It's just that simple..."