Regarding a NoMachine server for Android (and IOS)

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  • #46243
    OldMan
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    In post #20065 (https://forum.nomachine.com/topic/nomachine-server-for-android-2#post-20065), Britgirl said, in part:

    “….Having a NoMachine server for Android could be a possibility to allow customers to receive remote assistance on their device, for example, but that use case represents a very small percentage of our customers. It’s something we can possibly evaluate in the future.”

    And MasterCATZ said in #20165: “Android is not only used in mobile Phones but also Runs Desktop PC’s and HTPC’s / TV’s”

    In addition to Android, I’d make an argument for iOS (not something I actually USE, but…) as developers often make apps that need to run on both platforms. Why? It’s easier to test multiple targets from one point rather than having to juggle multiple devices. I suspect that a large portion of the testing can be done this way leaving a much smaller number of tests that have to be run on the actual device.

    I suspect I’m not alone.

    Just a thought,

    Don

    #46248
    Britgirl
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    Thanks for your input and we’ve registered your interest. What you wrote are all valid points to consider 🙂

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