Screens for iOS 4.9.20 introduces improved keyboard management. Since iPadOS 13.4, Apple has provided developers much more control over the external keyboard so this new version takes advantage of that. Just like a Computer Keyboard* With iPadOS 13.4, we now get key down and up events, along with actual key… Continue Reading
Screens for iOS version 4.9.17 is now available on the App Store. This version greatly improves how Screens manages multiple displays when connecting to a Mac. Most users will not see a difference but those who experienced cursor issues should now see an improvement although some adjustments may be required…. Continue Reading
If you are running Screens 4 on macOS 10.15.x, it is possible that the app will refuse to launch: The problem is that one of our signing certificate expired today. Normally, this would only prevent us to submit an update until we generate a new certificate but it seems like… Continue Reading
You can now use a pointing device with Screens running on iPadOS 13.4 to control a remote computer!
We’re happy to introduce Screens 4.9 for iOS 13.1 and iPadOS 13.1 So, what’s new? Dark Mode Although Screens already offered a Dark Mode for the past couple of years, we made that feature free back in June and now Screens 4.9 supports the system-wide Dark Mode. Multiple Windows Support… Continue Reading
So, 2019 is just a few hours away, so it is time to look back at 2018 and see what happened:
In Screens for iOS 4.8.4, we made the “One-tap User Password” feature better! Henceforth, it shall now be known as “Hold to Send Password”. This feature is super handy when you need to type your Mac user password and don’t want to bring the keyboard up and type it like an animal.
All of our apps have been updated for the latest iOS and macOS versions. First off, let’s start with the Mac!
Apple just announced that it will be sunsetting the Back to My Mac service when macOS 10.14 Mojave launches this fall.
This week, Apple celebrates the 10th anniversary of the App Store. We were fortunate enough to be among the initial batch of developers that had the opportunity to be part of the App Store opening, on July 11, 2008.