Wyse PocketCloud Updates Mobile App for Honeycomb

If you like the ability to control your pc or laptop from your Android device, Wyse Pocket Cloud has the solution for you, now optimized for Honeycomb.

Pocket Cloud gives you total control of your computer, allowing you to manipulate files, access programs and even watch video right on your Android powered device.  In a press release Wyse talked about the updates to their software optimizing it for Honeycomb:

Wyse similarly redesigned PocketCloud to take advantage of Honeycomb’s tablet-oriented capabilities and provide the best remote access experience on Android tablets.
Version 1.2 is packed with updates including a Honeycomb-inspired interface that takes full advantage of the larger screen, with new layouts, navigation and user interface elements. Tablet-optimized version 1.2 also launches with the Auto Discovery feature out of beta, which makes setup using the PocketCloud Windows or Mac Companion as easy as logging in to a Web page.

So if you have a Honeycomb powered tablet, you have a chance to see the updates Wyse has made to their app. Use our handy download block below to get the app. (please note that you need a desktop companion app, which is free).

[app]com.wyse.pocketcloudfree[/app]

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4 Comments

  1. MarkM
    April 15, 20:52 Reply

    By chance with Honeycomb Apps run on a CM7 loaded Nook Color?

  2. cell phones donate
    April 16, 08:11 Reply

    Pocket Cloud gives you total control of your computer, allowing you to manipulate files, access programs and even watch video right on your Android powered device.

  3. Morean
    April 16, 10:07 Reply

    that’s cool update for manipulating files thanks a lot for the info

  4. orlado
    April 18, 10:08 Reply

    i was waiting for this update

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