We are delighted to announce that Screens 5 is now available for pre-order on the App Store and Mac App Store, slated for release on December 6, 2023—nearly 13 years since the debut of Screens 1.0. Here are some of the new major features: Universal App Previously, users faced confusion… Continue Reading
Starting this fall, Screens for iOS, Screens for Mac and Screens Connect for Mac will be using the same version number. What’s new in Screens for iOS 4.12.2 Added support for iOS 16 and iPhone 14 Pro Improved Screens Connect management Fixed issue where cursor could trigger a Hot Corner… Continue Reading
We’re happy to announce our latest app: Motorist. This is a very different app that you would expect from Edovia. Motorist is just an app we wanted/needed to manage our cars and make it easy and fun! You can download Motorist on the App Store and try the Pro version… Continue Reading
It’s Monterey day! And with that, we have a new Screens for Mac version, available right now! What’s New in Screens for Mac 4.9 Added support for macOS 12 Monterey Added support for the 2021 MacBook Pros Library window can now be displayed in fullscreen The remote display will now… Continue Reading
Screens 4.8 now supports macOS 11 Big Sur with an updated UI and a new icon!
Here’s what’s new in this version: Quick Connect You can now enter a URL in the new Quick Connect view: Quick Connect also supports Screens Express links and will show those as well in your recent connections. To learn more about URL schemes supported by Screens, please consult this article…. 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!
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.