This post is part of a series that elaborates on new features available in Screens 4 for iOS. Ever wanted your actions to be hidden from the end user or people just passing by your remote Mac? Introducing Curtain Mode With Curtain Mode enabled, the local user’s view of the… Continue Reading
It is with great pleasure that we’re announcing that Screens 4 for iOS is now available. With the release of Swift, we seized the opportunity to rethink the app and improve the overall design, core features and ensure that we’re taking advantage of everything iOS 9 has to offer. Several portions of… Continue Reading
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If you use Screens to connect to a Mac running Yosemite, make sure you update to OS X 10.10.3 as soon as possible, as it contains fixes for both WiFi performance and Screen Sharing reliability.
What are the exciting new features, you may ask? Version 3.6 introduces virtually no new features. This is our Snow Leopard release before we start working on Screens 4, which should be available later this year. Our goal with this version was to address 3 aspects: Stability, Speed and Support. Of course,… Continue Reading
Yes, I’ll admit that a major update to Screens Connect has been long overdue and we have been working on one for quite a while. However, we had to concentrate on Screens lately because things got pretty busy and we had to work on stability issues for both Screens iOS… Continue Reading
We’re happy to be part of App Santa again this year. This is a great opportunity for you to save tons of money on great apps and support independent developers!
After several months of hard work, Screens was finally released on December 12th, 2010. Initially planned as our third app back in 2008, it went on hiatus for nearly 2 years until Apple introduced the iPad, which changed everything and brought the project back to life. Then, in July 2011,… Continue Reading
Another year, another OS X major update that breaks Screen Sharing for some. Here’s how to fix it: Open System Preferences → Sharing. Disable Screen Sharing (or Remote Management). Disable Remote Login (if enabled). Go back to Security & Privacy → Firewall. Turn off the firewall. Restart your Mac. Once… Continue Reading
Unfortunately, Apple is now blocking sandboxed apps to change the default handler for a particular URL scheme. This is why Screens is not able to set Screen Sharing back as the default handler. This change affects a whole bunch of apps that use to rely on this functionality. If you’ve… Continue Reading