Imperio Remote Desktop App Goes Lite

Imperio has announced two new Lite versions of their remote desktop app for Android. Imperio Lite and Imperio Lite+ are now available in the Android Market for users looking to give the Imperio RDP a test drive. The Lite version coupled with the desktop client allows users free remote desktop access via their Android devices while the Lite+ costs less than $2 and features additional access to technical support services.

In a market with numerous RDP client options, it’s refreshing when users are given the opportunity to try out a particular service before deciding if it fits their particular needs and is worth purchasing.

The Lite versions are fully functional but lack the many features of the full paid version, such as:

  • Imperio Touch Copy™ File Transfer for simple file transfers from computer to phone
  • Wake on LAN – Start-up a sleeping computer that is connected to the Internet
  • Audio – Take full advantage of audio access by streaming your music straight to your phone

For a complete look at the many features and functionality of Imperio check out their website at To grab one of the Lite versions just follow the links after the video. Cheers!




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