Screens 3 for Mac is currently available at over half price

By , Jul 20, 2016

If you’re working on the go, the last thing you want is to carry around a number of different laptops or other devices, with potential hazards at every turn – not to mention the extra weight. Screens 3 for Mac is a blazing-fast virtual network client (VNC) which allows you to control all of your computers from your Mac, wherever you may be. For a limited time, it’s available at a discounted $12.99.

With Screens 3 for Mac, Edovia delivers an elegant interface for the single most polished VNC client in the iOS ecosystem. Protecting your data by connecting via an SSH tunnel, Screens 3 lets you connect to a Mac, Windows or Linux PC computer remotely, from anywhere in the world. Thanks to iCloud sync, your computers and settings are saved in Screens on iOS and synced to your Mac.

Screens 3’s clipboard functionality makes content flow a smooth transition, while keyboard shortcut mapping and multiple display selection options make it a truly robust and customizable tool.

Also read: How to access your Mac remotely from your iPhone or iPad with Screens VNC

Streamline your system requirements and workflow with full control of all your computers with one of the most user-friendly VNCs on the market. Pick up Screens 3 for Mac for a limited time at 56% off.

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  • triggerhappypunk

    Screens is nice for iOS however I prefer Apple Remote Desktop for the Mac.

    • James G

      Agreed…but the iOS use case is usually what I’m after!

  • ericesque

    Isn’t it normally over half price?

  • diggitydang

    I use Chrome Remote Dekstop… And it’s free…

  • James G

    This deal cannot be missed!

    • James G

      Oh, it’s not tied to an Apple ID, huh? Hmmmmmmmm.

      • James G

        Does iCloud sync work when you purchase from iDB? My understanding was iCloud sync only works when you buy from App Store.

      • Erick Reyes


      • James G

        Confirmed. I bought it anyway because this is such a good deal! Not much to it for iCloud sync though.

  • JaeM1llz

    Just use Chrome Remote Desktop. It’s free and probably works much better.