Royal TSi provides easy and secure access to your remote systems (RDP, VNC, SSH, etc.) by allowing you to open your Royal TS documents created with Royal TSX (for macOS) or Royal TS (for Windows).

Those documents can be opened directly from any installed cloud provider like iCloud Drive, Dropbox or Google Drive. You can even send documents via email and open them with Royal TSi.

Connecting to the remote machines with RDP, VNC, SSH or Telnet is possible with specialized 3rd party apps.

With Royal Server you don't need to connect to the remote desktop anymore. You can manage Windows Events, Windows Services, Windows Processes, Terminal Services, Hyper-V and VMware virtual machines and start PowerShell scripts on the remote machine directly from your iPad or iPhone.
E.g. if you find an error in the Event Log, then you could restart a service, kill a process, reset a Terminal Services connection or stop and start Hyper-V virtual machines. Using PowerShell scripts, there's no limit to what you can do!

Some supported connection types can be tweaked and optimized for your mobile device. E.g. Remote desktop connections can be configured to always use a lower color depth or screen resolution to save bandwidth.

What’s New

Version 2.0.22

Fixed launching some external connections.
Version 2.0.21 changed these things:
- support for dark theme
- tables are handled better now
- ability to switch between fuzzy and exact search
- some smaller fixes and updates

Ratings and Reviews

1.4 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Thecreativeone91 ,

Good start but, it’s a fail

The basic features are there I’d love to be able to just use my royal ts document already on my iCloud from my Mac. Unfortunately it need native support for at least RDP (and VNC too really) to be useful it’s just clunky and useless as it. If it had this it would be great, otherwise I’m not sure why the developer even tried its not a fully baked application

Grey fridder ,

Doesn’t work for anything but web pages

Love the desktop macOS application been using it for a few years but this app is a train wreck... hard to believe it’s made by the same developer. Just trying to use Remote Desktop it tells me to copy the password then asks me to share it with the apps like some picture or some crap

bradleythegeek ,

Refuses all passwords, will not open any RTS file

Since recently, this app has completely broken.

Opening any file created in Royal TSX prompts for a password - even if that file does NOT have a password on it. Password is always rejected, even when it is correct.

Utterly, totally, broken and therefore utterly, totally, useless.

App Privacy

The developer, Michael Rumpler, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


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