MultiVNC

MultiVNC


MultiVNC is an open-source VNC viewer that aims to be easy to use and fast. Includes ZeroConf service discovery for VNC, unique mouse button controls, copy&paste to and from Android, hardware accelerated OpenGL drawing and zooming, bookmarking of connections and a touchpad mode for local use.

Versions 1.x.x are based on android-vnc-viewer, so do NOT support encryption nor connecting to OS X. Please hang on till 2.x.x is released!

Recent changes:
1.6.4:
Fixed a crash upon connection setup on some devices.

1.6.3:
Fix hidden menu items on some devices.
Fix Zeroconf/Bonjour/mDNS VNC server discovery on Android 4.2 devices.

1.6.2:
Hide Actionbar when there is a hardware menu button.
Removed broken hungarian translation.

1.6.1:
Fixed ANR that could sometimes occur when connection broke.
Fixed crash in discovered servers list.
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4.1
User ratings
286
Installs
10,000+
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File size
525 kb
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About MultiVNC
MultiVNC is an open-source VNC viewer that aims to be easy to use and fast. Includes ZeroConf service discovery for VNC, unique mouse button controls, copy&paste to and from Android, hardware accelerated OpenGL drawing and zooming, bookmarking of connections and a touchpad mode for local use.

Versions 1.x.x are based on android-vnc-viewer, so do NOT support encryption nor connecting to OS X. Please hang on till 2.x.x is released!

Recent changes:
1.6.4:
Fixed a crash upon connection setup on some devices.

1.6.3:
Fix hidden menu items on some devices.
Fix Zeroconf/Bonjour/mDNS VNC server discovery on Android 4.2 devices.

1.6.2:
Hide Actionbar when there is a hardware menu button.
Removed broken hungarian translation.

1.6.1:
Fixed ANR that could sometimes occur when connection broke.
Fixed crash in discovered servers list.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Apr 3, 2015
Slow
A Google User
Jan 27, 2015
The service is running continuously.
A Google User
Nov 23, 2014
Slooowww I've tested 4 VNC clients, using the same connection [so that's not an issue], on a 4-core 1.1GHz CPU tablet. Of the 4, this is the slowest — two to three times slower! Responsiveness is so bad, it's barely usable. The view of the remote desktop doesn't refresh any better than the other VNC clients I tested. [So, no tradeoff there.] The view is much cleaner and crisper at all magnifications, however. No jagged edges or other artefacts. But that's not enough of a benefit for the tradeoff in responsiveness. So, I can't recommend this client.
A Google User
Aug 7, 2014
Very useful app! The interface takes some exploration to master, but it works very well afterward.
A Google User
Jul 11, 2014
Worked great All features operate as they should. No bug found. (wheres imp/exp)
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