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 are retiring Screens Connect versions 2.x and 3.x, which are now considered obsolete. If your Mac is running macOS 10.11 or later, please update to version 4.x: https://edovia.com/screens-connect Or check this article to learn how to make your older Mac/PC/Linux/RPi reachable remotely: https://help.edovia.com/hc/en-us/articles/115010872388
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
2021-10-25 Update: Screens Connect 4.11 is now available. More details in this blog post. For over 10 years, Screens Connect has been relying on an API provided by Apple to create a port mapping on a router, which makes it possible to connect to your Mac remotely via Screens. That… Continue Reading
In the coming weeks, we will perform tasks on our Screens Connect service. These changes will not be visible to you but will allow us to improve the service over time. To ensure the best transition possible, we highly recommend that you update Screens Connect on your Mac or Windows… Continue Reading
We’re happy to announce that a new Screens Connect version is now available for our Windows users. Screens Connect 3.5 is a major release and we encourage to update as soon as possible as older versions are no longer maintained or supported. What’s New Updated user interface Improved port mapping… Continue Reading
So, 2019 is just a few hours away, so it is time to look back at 2018 and see what happened:
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.