VNC+: Virtual Network Computing for Mobiles provides an easy and convenient way for anyone to access, navigate and perform tasks on a desktop or laptop PC from a mobile device. Whenever you need to check your e-mail, edit the document, install or start a new application or write a quick note to your co-worker - with VNC+ it is possible.
Just install the application on your Java or Symbian phone , enter your IP host address and the password used in VNC on your desktop and you are ready to view and experience the mini desktop on your cell phone.
The application is ideal for system administrators, IT managers, helpdesk and support personnel and many others using VNC server on their Windows, Mac or Unix platforms.
Multi OS support: Windows, Mac, Unix Remote access. Access your files, e-mails, documents, edit and send them on the go.
Program Management: Install and Remove applications on your PC remotely from a mobile device.
One-time fee with all future updates included free of charge.
7-days free full functional trial mood.
SSH secure connection end encryptions plugins for Ultra VNC are supported.
Different shortcut sets for Windows, Linux, Mac OS. Copy, cut, paste or edit your document. Create and edit your own shortcuts.
Zoom in and zoom out modes. Change the mode for more convenient view and work.
Mouse and Keyboard options. Virtual keyboard for touchscreen handsets. - NEW!
Touchscreen support for Sony Ericsson P9xx.
HotKeys. Assign Hotkeys for all of the above features.
Two-part installation is required: VNC+ mobile client and VNC Desktop Service. VNC+ application requires VNC service to be installed and running on your PC.
Virtual Network Computing (VNC) is a desktop sharing system which uses the RFB (Remote FrameBuffer) protocol to remotely control another computer. It transmits the keyboard presses and mouse clicks from one computer to another relaying the screen updates back in the other direction, over a network.
VNC is platform-independent: a VNC viewer on any operating system can connect to a VNC server on any other operating system. There are clients and servers for almost all operating systems and for Java. Multiple clients may connect to a VNC server at the same time. Popular uses of the technology include remote technical support, and accessing files on one's work computer from one's home computer.