Remote Desktop Manager 4+

Remote Connection Management

Devolutions Inc.

    • 3.4 • 52 Ratings
    • Free



Remote connection and password management from your iOS device.

Remote Desktop Manager for iOS is a free tool that enables access to all your remote connections and passwords. Used in combination with our desktop application Remote Desktop Manager Enterprise, you can connect to your centralized database and access all your data from anywhere.

Remote Connections:

Remote Desktop Manager for iOS supports Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), VNC, Apple Remote Desktop (ARD), SSH, SSH Tunnel, Telnet, Intel AMT (KVM), HP Integrated Lights Out (iLO Web), Dell iDrac, FTP, SFTP, SCP, WebDav and Web Browser connections. Once configured, you can easily launch a connection using a single tap and connect to your remote servers, virtual machines and other workstations.

Password Management:

Along with remote connections, Remote Desktop Manager for iOS lets you save and manage your passwords and credentials from your centralized database or your local XML file. Easily input your credentials and automatically login everywhere.


Remote Desktop Manager for iOS supports these data sources:

- Microsoft SQL Server
- XML File
- Devolutions Online Drive
- Devolutions Online Database
- Devolutions Server
- MySQL/MariaDB
- Dropbox
- Amazon S3
- iCloud

If you work in a team environment where you need to manage multiple remote connections and share login details with other users, Remote Desktop Manager is the perfect solution for you!

What’s New

Version 2022.2.0

=== Remote Desktop Manager 2022.2.0 ===

New Features

- Port Knock
- Hudu credentials
- CyberArk dashboard
- Per Vault Security Provider
- Added support for the new permission: 'View Sensitive'


- User Overrides are now encrypted [S]
- Per vault and per user variables are now supported
- Bitwarden 'Hidden password' support
- An entry's documentation can now be Imported/Exported with the entry
- All 'My Account Settings' now support the local saving mode
- Added the new checkout mode: 'Automatic when available'
- The 'Use personal credentials' button is now displayed (like RDM Windows) in the credentials list
- Added permission support for deleting documentation page

Bug Fixes

- Fixed an issue that prevented the username from being changed from an existing DVLS data source
- Fixed an issue with the offline cache
- Fixed host port being lost when saving a session that had a host that referred to a linked host entry
- Fixed minor UI issues in the Outgoing Tunnel Settings of the SSH Tunnel session
- Fixed some issues with the Amazon S3 Explorer that could prevent some buckets from being displayed
- Fixed an error with the Dropbox data source when using Google to authenticate
- Fixed Keeper SSO login

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
52 Ratings

52 Ratings

echoDreamz ,

Good starting point

After more testing. Was finally able to get it working by removing the connection and adding it back a few times.

Update: Fixed touchid issues. However now the bottom area where connections open sessions etc. is all squished and has a giant circle with a plus symbol. Not sure if it just an iPad issue.

Developer Response ,


Sorry to hear that, if you need help to troubleshoot your issue you can leave us a message on our forum :

Best regards

Thayios ,

Great Feature Parity

There’s absolutely nothing like being able to go to my workstation, open a session and realize I need to go somewhere else in the house, open RDM on my iPad or phone and launch the same session type on the device to continue working.

There are a few missing session types compared to the full RDM but I believe that to be the fault of iOS limitations thus the five star rating.

GGonJR ,

Probably Best RDP Client for iPadOS

This is by far one of the most versatile clients for remote connectivity for iPadOS. There are only some minor issues that prevent it from being a 5 star application:

1. When connected to Windows 10 and using a mouse in iPadOS the application keeps the client mouse (it does not use the Windows 10 pointer, you keep the circle pointer from iPadOS). This can be difficult to use when trying to resize windows or select text.

2. When using a keyboard in iPadOS the fn+up/dn key (which is supposed to be pgup and pgdn) acts as maximize and minimize windows. I saw this same issue in the official MS RDP app so it seems like a common problem.

Otherwise, I would definitely rather use RDM than any other RDP client. It can be a little convoluted with credentials but after the learning curve it makes sense. Amazing application.

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