Chrome Remote Desktop is #8 in Top 16 Remote Support Tools
Last updated: November 03, 2019
Chrome Remote Desktop allows users to remotely access another computer through Chrome browser or a Chromebook. Computers can be made available on an short-term basis for scenarios such as ad hoc remote support, or on a more long-term basis for remote access to your applications and files. All connections are fully secured.
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#8 in Top 16 Remote Support Tools
The best alternatives to Chrome Remote Desktop are: TeamViewer, Microsoft Remote Desktop, AnyDesk, Splashtop, LogMeIn, GoToMyPC
Latest news about Chrome Remote Desktop
2015. Chrome Remote Desktop comes to iPhone, iPad
Google introduced Chrome Remote Desktop for iOS. The free app, found in the iTunes App Store, uses your iPhone or iPad as an interactive window to computers with Google’s Chrome browser and the companion Chrome Remote Desktop app installed. You’re not limited to accessing Chrome of course: The software lets you use a computer running Windows or OS X from afar on your iOS device, remotely accessing whatever software you’d like. Google previously introduced Chrome Remote Desktop for Android, Chromebooks and its Chrome browser.
2014. Chrome Remote Desktop allows to use your PC via smartphone or tablet
Have you ever been out of office at some business meeting, and urgently needed to access a file or program that’s sitting on your office computer? Now, having Android-phone or tablet you can access your (remote) computer and open files and run applications on it. Of course, this requires that the remote computer was turned on, Chrome Remote Desktop was installed on it, Chrome browser was launched and your mobile device also had Remote Desktop app installed. For while this opportunity is only available for Android. And, it's free. Later this year, Google will release the Chrome Remote Desktop version for the iPhone / iPad.