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Remote Desktop: Windows On iPhone With Splashtop

Remote Desktop: Windows On iPhone With Splashtop

There is an app called Splashtop on the Apple store for iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone that will allow you to remotely control your PC at home. Sounds pretty cool doesn’t it. You could be out on the move and when you get to a WiFi zone, you can tap into your Microsoft PC at home and browse through documents and do anything on that PC that you would normally do had you been sitting in front of it.

According to Engadget the developing company say that you can watch movies, listen to music or use any other Windows program. So what do you need to be able to do this? WiFi connection and the app on your iPad, iPod or iPhone, Windows 7, Vista or Windows XP on your home computer. Once you have all of this you are all set.

Darren Murph says in his article at Engadget that this will not work nearly as well as advertised but we want you to make up your own mind. To head across to Engadget and watch the video featured on Darren’s article you can download Splashtop now from the app store.

Have you been using Splashtop already? What do you think of it? Is it worth while? Let us know in the comments below.

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