Thinstuff Android Client Released
Here is the moment you have all been waiting for: the Thinstuff Android client has finally been released! An announcement has been made by Thinstuff on the mailing list:
Thinstuff is proud to announce that aFreeRDP, the FreeRDP Android
client, is now available in git master.
The initial announcement was made too early, and we have run behind
schedule. We apologize for the inconvenience and for the lack of status
update on our side. However, we believe that this release was well worth
the wait, and that you will be impressed with it.
aFreeRDP is already quite mature and comes with a lot of nice features:
- Built-in help for touch pointer and gestures
- A touch pointer for easier user input within a session
- Gestures for common input tasks like scrolling, zooming, etc.
- Custom keyboard views for advanced user input (i.e. common shortcuts
- A flexible connection management UI allowing to quickly connect to a
host as well as handling a large list with multiple predefined
The build integrates seamlessly into FreeRDPs build system – you just
have to install the Android NDK/SDK and ant. For detailed instructions
on how to build aFreeRDP refer to docs/README.android.
Thinstuff strongly believes in FreeRDP and we think that aFreeRDP is a
perfect addition to the available clients. We hope you like it .
your Thinstuff Team
The Android client sources have been merged into git master, ready to be improved on Releasing the iOS client is next on the list.
A development snaphost is available here if you want to try it on your Android device now.
UPDATE: aFreeRDP is now available on Google Play.