Remotely Access Your PC with Splashtop

Today the top dog in instant access computing, Splashtop, released remote desktop software for both Android and Windows clients. Now users will be able to remotely access their PC anywhere with their Android device.

“Splashtop is building the ‘Bridge to Anywhere,'” said Mark Lee, CEO and co-founder of Splashtop

Splashtop-based software already runs on over 40 million PCs, and now it’s available for all Android users, competing with other remote access apps like LogMeIn Ignition and Xtralogic’s Remote Desktop Client. Go check it out in the Android Market or on AppBrain for $4.99

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