AMPLIFY YOUR MOBILE PRODUCTIVITY
Jump Desktop is a secure and reliable
remote desktop (RDP & VNC) app that lets you remote control any computer (Windows, Mac, or Linux) from anywhere in the world. It's so secure that even doctors trust it to handle highly confidential patient data!
With Jump Desktop installed on your phone, you’ll have complete access
to your apps
on any computer from wherever you are
Jump Desktop is your solution to staying connected to all of your devices while you're out on the road, in a plane, or even right down the street.
WHY YOU'LL LOVE IT
Simple – it’s the best product for remote desktop access on the market.
The Jump development team optimized Jump to boost your productivity - it works with bluetooth mice as well as stylus
on Android to give you the best possible functionality.
The user interface itself is crisp, clean and unobtrusive – you’ll get the most done with minimal effort.
- Multi-protocol: supports RDP and VNC
- Supports 40/56/128bit RDP, TLS/SSL, FIPS and NLA authentication support (for RDP)
- Supports SSL encryption (for VNC)
- Multi-touch ready
- Easy and secure setup
- SSH Tunnel support
- Supports bluetooth mice as well as stylus and has excellent physical keyboard support
- Universal application: Works on tablets and phones - buy it only once and use it on all your Android devices
- Full support for multitasking: Switch to other apps without disconnecting
- Supports large custom screen resolution
WHAT YOU'LL NEED
- Requires Android 4.0 and later
"I am honestly and literally amazed. After having tried several of the free apps and even RealVNC, none of them offered all the features that I needed, something was always missing. This app on the other hand gets it 100% exactly right." - Eckhart Pedersen
"One of the best purchase I've made on Play Store. Now, when emergencies arise, I don't need to whip out my laptop." - Pandu Poluan
"This is by far the best remote access application on the market. I'm so impressed by their downloadable viewer that allows you to easily set up remote access with your Gmail account." - Jessica Kern