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AnyDesk offers a fast, intuitive and security-focused way to connect to remote computers. With a bevy of features and lightweight design that works across multiple desktop and mobile platforms, it's powerful enough for enterprises but easy enough for personal and home office use. Access your programs remotely, transfer files between devices and record sessions with ease. And for security purposes, you can easily set up your own network to take full control of your data.
The interface can be themed to comply with company branding to provide the most comfortable experience for end users needing support. A lightweight and small download makes it fast and easy. And it's available across all modern systems from Mac, Windows, Linux and even Raspberry Pi, to Android and iOS.
Subscription that costs between $11 and $53. Price may vary depending on commitment and so on.
Support for Aliases Bidirectional sync Cross-platform File transfer Integrated File Sharing Lightweight Low bandwidth usage Low Latency Multiple languages No installation required Online collaboration Portable Quick connection Real time collaboration Record desktop activity Remote desktop Remote Support Remote Printing Remote Reboot Scalable Share your screen Unattended access Voice messages VPN Add a feature
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Good product but totaly unstable. Toot many serveur problems. When you have a server blocked (one par mounth) no remote possibility. Nobody respond on week-end day !!!! You need to wait the monday to...See why people do not like AnyDesk 😡 Post your review
Well, I used this as a last resort because I didn't want the 5 min time limit that TeamViewer impose on free sessions, and because Chrome Remote Desktop couldn't punch through my friend's NAT firewall for some reason.
We were amazed at how easy this was to use (up and running in seconds) , especially considering no need to install, and a tiny download.
Image quality and speed were top notch.
It even placed my friends dual monitors into separate tabs at the top of the screen so I could flick between them easily.
Didn't try any extra features like file transfers or anything, so can't comment on that, but definitely recommended this based on remote desktop access alone.
Fastest and good aplication for newbie users. If ur friends or family members don't know about teamviever or dont have it u should use this.
You just download 1 file (1,3 MB) no install required, just launch it and u give ur 6numbers to other person and thats it! Tested this on HSDPA and 3G internet, works realy, realy fast and good.
The program is still young and actively developed but while it has the occasional issue the support is above average. I've actually seen them fix something and roll out a version update after I explained a problem. Which is something I have never and will never see the teamviewer guys do.
While still in beta, this is coming together quite nicely and on windows at least can do almost everything teamviewer can (other OS support hasn't arrived yet).
I'm with Debian testing, Anydesk is really easier to install than TeamViewer. It's fast.
I've been using TeamViewer for many years, but after a while I do not like the number of politics anymore, the customers are just slaughtered. So I searched for a good alternative and found it here. Then I tested AnyDesk and I am satisfied, finally a good alternative
I used anydesk to connect a windows 8 PC in the same LAN. Then I found anydesk on ubuntu wouldn't make any sound.
but for the windows side, the sound is ok.
You can report a bug to firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't forget to attach trace files https://support.anydesk.com/Trace_Files
Easily lightweight and simple with installation required to use it.
pretty buggy sometime when using for first time.
This is the best app for remote. Unlike VNC it allows you remotely on any direction and it is free for personal uses
For Linux users, the best way to use AnyDesk is as a VPN server and client. Unfortunately I experienced some serious bugs related to keyboard support, making it almost unusable with my compact QuikFire TK keyboard (with a normal HP/Chicony keyboard the situation was nicer), so the VPN became the way to go. The connection is stable, but do not last for many hours and some disconnects may happen, but... hey, it's free for personal usage, so...
The multi-platform support deserve praise. Even with the bugs, looks years more polished for Linux users than TeamViewer, that just uses Wine in the back-end and never was properly ported.
AnyDesk is an excellent alternative to TeamViewer. I use it on my Linux Mint system, and connect to both Linux and Windows computers. It works well for both situations. The speed is good, and the connection is very versatile. Note: I'm a paying customer using AnyDesk Lite.
Installing on Linux Mint or Windows 10 is a fast and straightforward operation. AnyDesk can be configured for unattended access, and restricted to access from a specific "desk" number. These are great features.
Overall this is good software and should be considered when you need to remotely access and control computers.
Was a heavy Teamviewer user, but then started getting accused of using it in commercial environment, because I had a domain setup at home!
So found Anydesk, and love it. Tiny compared to TV, and so much faster.
I'm with Ubuntu Server 17.10 testing in dedicated server.
AnyDesk is great tool!
[+1] @DenisMacDonald, in jan 2018
"Anydesk is really easier to install than TeamViewer.
It's fast really easier to install than TeamViewer.
Great cross platform application for remote assistance or unattended access. Works really fast, it's even possible to play some games running on another PC! It's an actively developed application, so some bugs may appear. But it's my favorite one. Also, prices for commercial use are really nice.
And one of the most considerable advantage is backward compatibility with an older versions.