Supports iOS 11 and 12
Ericom Connect edition: supports ability to deny the use of saved passwords
Fixed some user input bugs: CTRL+X, touch positioning, and touchpad mouse disappearing
Improved some UX handling: responding to display reorientation, copy/paste double-byte characters, pinch-zoom
Ratings and Reviews
While the Remote Desktop function of this application seems to work quite well, it is impossible to use a physical keyboard in a logical way with this current application.
There is a huge status bar at the top of the screen for the keyboard that has to be present whenever the keyboard is enabled, to type anything at all, and when this is enabled, the mouse now moves the entire screen when it gets to the bottom edge, for important things, that are now off screen... like the Windows taskbar.
Why can't the ergonomics make sense? You are using Remote Desktop, on a computer. If you need symbols, you can use the windows symbols application. If you need the windows key, then use the toolbar, but if you don't, you should be able to disable the toolbar.
Why is the physical keyboard disabled by default anyway???? It should ALWAYS be active.
This remote client is an excellent performer in most aspects. There are only two flaws, one minor and the other, unfortunately, major, but easily addressable. First, the keyboards setup is somewhat awkward, understandably because they are very thorough, but by relocating their basic kb (Esc, Tab, Shift, etc.) closer to the standard IPhone kb one could avoid having to travel the whole screen up and down to enter one of the key combinations (CTRL-V, CTRL-C, Tab, etc.). A major inconvenience, however, is the implementation of the touchscreen features. The desktop is very slow in responding and control is not easy. On the dashboard, editing of the different connections or when creating a new one is very difficult and frustrating since the screen is very insensitive to the touch and at times simply do not respond. Other than these points I think this app has nothing to envy from the Microsoft app and actually, in my opinion, the ability to use the app in both the landscape and portrait orientation gives AccessToGo the edge.
Hasn’t been updated for a year
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.