Use a secure, encrypted connection (SSH tunnel) to connect back to your computer.
Screens can connect to Macs, Linux, Raspberry Pi and Windows PCs.
Screens supports a multitude of familiar gestures you've been using for years, and you can choose between Touch or Trackpad modes.
Work on that spreadsheet you left at home, perform software updates on your server on another continent, or help your dad configure his computer miles away back in your hometown.
For Macs with several attached displays, Screens lets you select an individual one or you can show them all at once. Plus, it can remember your last selection for future sessions.
Organize your saved screens as groups to keep everything in order.
Curtain Mode obscures the display on remote Macs you connect to. Useful if you don't want anyone to see what you're doing.
Screens can connect to another iPhone or iPad running Screens and turn it into a fully functional, multi-touch trackpad.*Available as an In-App Purchase.
If there is someone logged in on a remote Mac, Screens can ask to share their screen or it can start a new session — your choice!
Screens fully supports Apple's Smart Keyboard and other hardware keyboards.
Protect your data via Touch ID or Face ID
One-Tap User Password
Synchronize your content via iCloud or Dropbox
Shortcuts toolbar that adapts to your iOS device
Observe and Control Modes
Grab a Screenshot, Save it or Share It
Hot Corners Support
SSH Keys Support
URL Schemes Support (RFC 2396)
“Solid update to Edovia’s excellent $20 utility for remotely logging into a Mac or PC from an iPhone or iPad.”