VNC Connect
VNC Connect
6.7.1

4.9

VNC Connect free download for Mac

VNC Connect

6.7.1
30 March 2020

Screen sharing to a remote computer.

Overview

VNC Connect is a screen sharing software that allows you to connect to a remote computer, whenever it is located in the world. This service provides many convenient features that can help you watch, control, and use a screen of a remote computer like you are sitting in front of it

VNC Connect offers plenty of features and solutions to provide an enjoyable user experience for you, namely:

  • Easily connect to a remote computer via a VNC Connect cloud service
  • Log into a VNC Viewer to backup and sync all your devices
  • Enjoy a scrolling bar with advanced keys such as Command/Windows right above the virtual keyboard
  • Take advantage of using Bluetooth keyboards and mice

Note:

The software requires a VNC Viewer for remote client computers

What's new in VNC Connect

Version 6.7.1:
  • Fixed: Potential Server crash when using multiple monitors.

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6 VNC Connect Reviews

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Ervins Strauhmanis
17 January 2019

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I switched to RealVNC's VNC Connect from TeamViewer, and Chrome Remote Desktop for purpose of connecting to my desktop computer remotely and RealVNC's solution works very well for me. TeamViewer was not working reliably for me and sometimes I was not able to connect to my desktop when I needed to. The same, in my experience, was true with Chrome Remote Desktop—sometimes it would fail me. So I have been using these 2 services concurrently to have a backup when 1 of them fails. But what to do when they both fail at the same time? I searched for other solutions. One notable solution was AnyDesk, which worked quite well for me, but RealVNC's VNC Connect took the crown as it was more customizable for my needs and faster too. Do note though, that VNC Connect requires more effort to set up as well. And in my case, I needed to open a port on my router, and to set up Dynamic DNS—something that you wouldn't normally do when using TeamViewer, for example. Reliability and speed do trump an initial set up phase of VNC Connect still.
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Version 6.4.0
Ervins Strauhmanis
17 January 2019
I switched to RealVNC's VNC Connect from TeamViewer, and Chrome Remote Desktop for purpose of connecting to my desktop computer remotely and RealVNC's solution works very well for me. TeamViewer was not working reliably for me and sometimes I was not able to connect to my desktop when I needed to. The same, in my experience, was true with Chrome Remote Desktop—sometimes it would fail me. So I have been using these 2 services concurrently to have a backup when 1 of them fails. But what to do when they both fail at the same time? I searched for other solutions. One notable solution was AnyDesk, which worked quite well for me, but RealVNC's VNC Connect took the crown as it was more customizable for my needs and faster too. Do note though, that VNC Connect requires more effort to set up as well. And in my case, I needed to open a port on my router, and to set up Dynamic DNS—something that you wouldn't normally do when using TeamViewer, for example. Reliability and speed do trump an initial set up phase of VNC Connect still.
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Version 6.4.0
jerry-turi
16 February 2017
One of my favorite utility apps. I have been using RealVNC for over 5 years now, and it has proven itself as a reliable tool for my everyday use.
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Version 6.0.2
Easy to use and fast as thunder. Available for multiple platforms. I'm using RealVNC since nearly 10 years.
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Version 5.1.0
Michael-Wayne
01 December 2013
Tried all the others and they did not do what I wanted, as easily as I wanted. "Use my Acer laptop to access MacMini in Lounge to control SkyGo, BTSport, BBCiPlayer without having to change screens or interupt wife from watching a terestrial channel." Then being able to just change source and being in the viewing location I need. Could of course do this from a iPad but am waiting for next generation to come out. The paid personal version I use allows super fast connection from Win7 and gives great visuals and keyboard response. I use it with my WiFi connection as well. I had occasion to contact the support desk and had my connection problem sorted in seconds. This software was developed in Cambridge here in England, by a couple of boffins and from what I have read is constantly under development. Highly recomended.
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Version 5.0.6
OhEssex
08 August 2013
Better late than never - this was released way back in March!
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Version 5.0.5
mbt
22 April 2011
Best VNC client/server combo out there by far (and I've tried them all many times). Fast, reliable, configurable, and cross platform. Well worth the money for the Enterprise edition of the server.
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Version 4.6.0