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
267
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
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.

User reviews of MultiVNC
there are better vnc apps out there. this one is ok
Jan 6, 2012
Android Market Comments
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)
A Google User
Jun 8, 2014
Yet another VNC client. The UI is not fancy, but it is lightweight and works just as expected.
A Google User
May 29, 2014
download this app it's awesome I believe that Multi VNC is the best app of it's kind out there for Android .very simple but very advanced interface and very fast. . . . . When connecting to Ubuntu 14.04(and perhaps other distros?) vino-server, you have to use dconf-editor to disable [ ] "require-encryption" or you wont be able to connect. . . . . This is not a bug on either side, it was Canonical(and perhaps others) trying to be a good citizen and requiring crypto. This issue will supposedly be fixed in the 2.x.x releases of MVNC. I always use vnc over ssh so i dont need the crypto in the vnc client. . . . . developers please make additional note of this in the description..