bVNC Free - Secure VNC Viewer

bVNC Free - Secure VNC Viewer


Please support my hard work and GPL open-source software by buying the donation version of bVNC from Google Play. You can use this fully-featured version of bVNC for free for as long as you want with no strings attached.

If bVNC doesn't work for you, please report the problem through the “Send email" button in Google Play before writing a review. See below for setup instructions for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.

If you need an RDP application, please search for bVNC's sister project aRDP in Google Play. In addition, a SPICE client named aSPICE is now part of the same project. Finally, if you are an oVirt, RHEV, or Proxmox user, you can check out Opaque VDI on Google Play as well.

bVNC is a secure, open source VNC client. Its features include:

- Windows, Mac, Linux, BSD, or any other OS with a VNC server installed
- Multi-touch control over the remote mouse. One finger tap left-clicks, two-finger tap right-clicks, and three-finger tap middle-clicks
- Right and middle-dragging if you don't lift the first finger that tapped
- Scrolling with a two-finger drag
- Pinch-zooming
- Dynamic resolution changes, allowing you to reconfigure your desktop while connected, and control over virtual machines from BIOS to OS
- Full rotation support. Use the central lock rotation on your device to disable rotation
- Multi-language support
- Full mouse support on Android 4.0+
- Full desktop visibility even with soft keyboard extended
- SSH tunneling, AnonTLS and VeNCrypt for secure connections (does not support RealVNC encryption).
- High-grade encryption superior to RDP using SSH and VeNCrypt (x509 certificates and SSL), preventing man-in-the-middle attacks
- AutoX session discovery/creation similar to NX client
- Tight and CopyRect encodings for quick updates
- Ability to reduce the color depth over slow links
- Copy/paste (clipboard) integration
- UI Optimized for for tablets and smart phones
- Samsung multi-window support
- SSH public/private (pubkey) support
- Importing encrypted/unencrypted RSA keys in PEM format
- Automatic connection session saving
- Zoomable, Fit to Screen, and One to One scaling modes
- Two Direct, one Simulated Touchpad, and one Single-handed input modes
- Long-tap to get a choice of clicks, drag modes, scroll, and zoom in single-handed input mode
- Supports most VNC servers including TightVNC, UltraVNC, TigerVNC, and RealVNC
- Supports Mac OS X built-in remote desktop server (ARD) and Mac OS X authentication with user name
- Does NOT support RealVNC encryption (use VNC over SSH or VeNCrypt instead)
- Stowable on-screen Ctrl/Alt/Tab and arrow keys
- Right-click with Back button
- Use D-pad for arrows, rotate D-pad
- Minimum zoom fits screen, and snaps to 1:1 while zooming
- FlexT9 and hardware keyboard support
- View-only mode
- On-device help on creating a new connection in the Menu when setting up connections
- On-device help on available input modes in the Menu when connected
- Tested with Hackers keyboard available from Google Play (recommended).

- Instructions for Windows:
Plain VNC:
http://iiordanov.blogspot.ca/2012/04/how-to-install-and-connect-to-tightvnc.html

Secure VNC over VeNCrypt:
http://iiordanov.blogspot.ca/2013/03/setting-up-tigervnc-for-secure.html

Secure VNC over SSH:
http://iiordanov.blogspot.ca/2012/04/tunneling-vnc-over-ssh-to-windows.html

- Instructions for Linux:
Plain VNC (Remote Desktop on Ubuntu):
http://www.howtoforge.com/configure-remote-access-to-your-ubuntu-desktop

AutoX Secure VNC over SSH:
http://iiordanov.blogspot.ca/2012/10/looking-for-nx-client-for-android-or.html

- Instructions for Mac OS X:
Plain VNC (Remote Desktop for Mac OS X):
http://iiordanov.blogspot.ca/2012/04/how-to-connect-to-mac-os-x-using-bvnc.html

Secure VNC over SSH:
http://iiordanov.blogspot.ca/2012/04/tunneling-vnc-over-ssh-to-mac-os-x.html

GPL source code here:
https://github.com/iiordanov/remote-desktop-clients

Recent changes:
v3.7.1
- Bugfix for older devices (setBackground)
v3.7.0
- Stunnel support
v3.6.8
- Support for multiple SSH AuthenticationMethods
v3.6.3
- Right-click with "Back" fix for more devices.
v3.6.2
- Android 2.2 fix
v3.5.8
- Holo theme
v3.5.1
- Sends Esc for Back button on external keyboards
- Bugfixes
v3.4.9
- Mac OS X user-based screen sharing
v3.4.6
- VeNCrypt/UltraVNC fixes
v3.4.5
- Pointer/Panning stability improvements
v3.4.4
- Workaround for LatinIME bug in Android 4.2+
v3.4.0, 3.4.1
- Bug fix
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About bVNC Free - Secure VNC Viewer
Please support my hard work and GPL open-source software by buying the donation version of bVNC from Google Play. You can use this fully-featured version of bVNC for free for as long as you want with no strings attached.

If bVNC doesn't work for you, please report the problem through the “Send email" button in Google Play before writing a review. See below for setup instructions for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.

If you need an RDP application, please search for bVNC's sister project aRDP in Google Play. In addition, a SPICE client named aSPICE is now part of the same project. Finally, if you are an oVirt, RHEV, or Proxmox user, you can check out Opaque VDI on Google Play as well.

bVNC is a secure, open source VNC client. Its features include:

- Windows, Mac, Linux, BSD, or any other OS with a VNC server installed
- Multi-touch control over the remote mouse. One finger tap left-clicks, two-finger tap right-clicks, and three-finger tap middle-clicks
- Right and middle-dragging if you don't lift the first finger that tapped
- Scrolling with a two-finger drag
- Pinch-zooming
- Dynamic resolution changes, allowing you to reconfigure your desktop while connected, and control over virtual machines from BIOS to OS
- Full rotation support. Use the central lock rotation on your device to disable rotation
- Multi-language support
- Full mouse support on Android 4.0+
- Full desktop visibility even with soft keyboard extended
- SSH tunneling, AnonTLS and VeNCrypt for secure connections (does not support RealVNC encryption).
- High-grade encryption superior to RDP using SSH and VeNCrypt (x509 certificates and SSL), preventing man-in-the-middle attacks
- AutoX session discovery/creation similar to NX client
- Tight and CopyRect encodings for quick updates
- Ability to reduce the color depth over slow links
- Copy/paste (clipboard) integration
- UI Optimized for for tablets and smart phones
- Samsung multi-window support
- SSH public/private (pubkey) support
- Importing encrypted/unencrypted RSA keys in PEM format
- Automatic connection session saving
- Zoomable, Fit to Screen, and One to One scaling modes
- Two Direct, one Simulated Touchpad, and one Single-handed input modes
- Long-tap to get a choice of clicks, drag modes, scroll, and zoom in single-handed input mode
- Supports most VNC servers including TightVNC, UltraVNC, TigerVNC, and RealVNC
- Supports Mac OS X built-in remote desktop server (ARD) and Mac OS X authentication with user name
- Does NOT support RealVNC encryption (use VNC over SSH or VeNCrypt instead)
- Stowable on-screen Ctrl/Alt/Tab and arrow keys
- Right-click with Back button
- Use D-pad for arrows, rotate D-pad
- Minimum zoom fits screen, and snaps to 1:1 while zooming
- FlexT9 and hardware keyboard support
- View-only mode
- On-device help on creating a new connection in the Menu when setting up connections
- On-device help on available input modes in the Menu when connected
- Tested with Hackers keyboard available from Google Play (recommended).

- Instructions for Windows:
Plain VNC:
http://iiordanov.blogspot.ca/2012/04/how-to-install-and-connect-to-tightvnc.html

Secure VNC over VeNCrypt:
http://iiordanov.blogspot.ca/2013/03/setting-up-tigervnc-for-secure.html

Secure VNC over SSH:
http://iiordanov.blogspot.ca/2012/04/tunneling-vnc-over-ssh-to-windows.html

- Instructions for Linux:
Plain VNC (Remote Desktop on Ubuntu):
http://www.howtoforge.com/configure-remote-access-to-your-ubuntu-desktop

AutoX Secure VNC over SSH:
http://iiordanov.blogspot.ca/2012/10/looking-for-nx-client-for-android-or.html

- Instructions for Mac OS X:
Plain VNC (Remote Desktop for Mac OS X):
http://iiordanov.blogspot.ca/2012/04/how-to-connect-to-mac-os-x-using-bvnc.html

Secure VNC over SSH:
http://iiordanov.blogspot.ca/2012/04/tunneling-vnc-over-ssh-to-mac-os-x.html

GPL source code here:
https://github.com/iiordanov/remote-desktop-clients

Recent changes:
v3.7.1
- Bugfix for older devices (setBackground)
v3.7.0
- Stunnel support
v3.6.8
- Support for multiple SSH AuthenticationMethods
v3.6.3
- Right-click with "Back" fix for more devices.
v3.6.2
- Android 2.2 fix
v3.5.8
- Holo theme
v3.5.1
- Sends Esc for Back button on external keyboards
- Bugfixes
v3.4.9
- Mac OS X user-based screen sharing
v3.4.6
- VeNCrypt/UltraVNC fixes
v3.4.5
- Pointer/Panning stability improvements
v3.4.4
- Workaround for LatinIME bug in Android 4.2+
v3.4.0, 3.4.1
- Bug fix
User reviews of bVNC Free - Secure VNC Viewer
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A Google User
Dec 12, 2014
Functional Works well, very useful.
A Google User
Dec 11, 2014
Good :)
A Google User
Dec 8, 2014
So far do good... Until now best vnc app which I found. No 5 stars only because of UI
A Google User
Dec 7, 2014
Great ...best VNC-App ever :-) There is a problem with the Googlekeyboard on Lollipop with my Nexus 4. It doesn't work eg. if i connect to a locked Fedora Session. When i change to another keyboard it worked very well. Could you test this.
A Google User
Dec 4, 2014
Perfection bVNC is the best VNC client available for Android by miles. Whatever you're looking for in a VNC client: this does it. For more advanced tasks, a quick skim over the "____ help" guides may be necessary, but for the day-to-day stuff: you can generally figure it out easily enough.