Leave your computer behind and travel light! Screens is a beautiful, yet powerful Screen Sharing and VNC client that lets you connect back to your Mac, Windows or Linux PC from the comfort of your living room, the corner coffee shop or anywhere in the world.
Screens 3.1 is packed with many great new features:
We've cleaned up the interface quite a bit. Obviously, iOS 7 had a great influence in our design direction and we feel you'll love our approach.
More room is dedicated to your content, settings are clearer and available computers around you are quickly available.
Away from home and need an image that is on your Mac? Open your image in Preview or any image editor, copy that image and use Screens to download it on your iOS device!
With Screens 3.1, you can also receive text and URLs from your Mac, Windows or Linux PC!
Save the received content or share it via Email, Messages, Twitter, Facebook and more.
Helping a friend and you need to connect?
Tap any of the computers in the Nearby and Remote Computers list to initiate a one-time connection.
No need to create and save a new screen.
Screens includes a scrollable shortcuts toolbar that gives you many useful shortcuts organized in groups.
Swipe the toolbar horizontally to display the next group.
Tap the keyboard button to show or hide the virtual keyboard or the Actions button to access more features.
Moreover, Screens' brand new toolbar adapts to your needs.
Shortcuts are organized as groups that you can reorder or even hide if you don't need a set of shortcuts.
Do you have more than one display attached to your Mac?
Screens supports multiple displays allowing you to always access what you need, no matter which display its on.
Screens Connect lets you connect to your Mac when you're away from home or the office. It takes care of the tedious setup you need to perform on your router in order to make your Mac accessible outside the local network it is connected to.
Screens Connect 3.0 requires OS X Mountain Lion or higher.
Running OS X Snow Leopard or Lion? Download version 2.2 instead.
Windows and Linux users need to configure their router and PC manually.