iTeleport
iTeleport
6.2.91

4.4

iTeleport free download for Mac

iTeleport

6.2.91
28 March 2019

Access your Mac from anywhere in the world.

Overview

iTeleport is a magical app that lets you access your computer from anywhere in the world.

Supports Mac, Windows, Linux, and all VNC servers. See your computer screen and control its keyboard/mouse from anywhere: a few feet away, or halfway around the world.

Teleport yourself to your computer from anywhere in the world. iTeleport gives you full control of your computer's mouse, touchpad, and keyboard, and provides a rich visual display of your computer screens without any screen resolution limit. All communication is encrypted when using iTeleport Connect on your remote computer.

  • Control any application on your Mac or Windows PC from anywhere in the world
  • Optionally use the free iTeleport Connect app to automatically configure your remote computer (download from www.iTeleportMobile.com/connect)
  • Use multi-touch gestures to zoom, pan, and scroll
  • Access the files on your computer from anywhere
  • If you're a parent, watch over your children's online behavior to make sure they're safe
  • Help your friends, family, or customers by providing remote computer support
  • Supports Mac (OS X 10.4-10.7 and Vine Server) and all Windows editions (with free VNC servers: TightVNC, UltraVNC, and RealVNC). Also supports Linux VNCServer and Vino, as well as AMX Touchscreen Interfaces.
  • Supports multiple monitors on Windows and Mac (including OS X 10.7 Lion) with Mac authentication
  • Wake-on-LAN support allows you to wake computers from sleep under some conditions. For details, see www.iTeleportMobile.com/support/wake
  • SSH Encryption support for all platforms. For details, visit www.iTeleportMobile.com/support/secure
You can even use iTeleport when you don't have an Internet connection, and want to control another local computer over WiFi.

What's new in iTeleport

Version 6.2.91:
  • Fixed Google Logins
  • Support for OS X Mojave
  • Additional minor fixes

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5 iTeleport Reviews

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Ooshnoo
23 January 2012

Most helpful

Can't the latest version of LogMeIn do the same thing for free???
Like (2)
Version 1.0.2
Martin-Smatanik
10 May 2013
Great piece of software where I have all in one remote connection. I'm using as VNC as RDP protocols so I have all these connections in one place. Great!
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Version 6.1.5
ben-marko
10 May 2013
I've used this in the past, and it is a very good way to remotely access your Mac. But I've switched to using Spotdox, I only need folder access myself, the screen view isn't really necessary.
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Version 6.1.5
Ashkenaz
31 December 2012
I've found iTeleport to be the best of several alternatives of varying efficacy. LogMeIn works well but requires a Web interface: the Mac application sets up but does not actually make the connection. By contrast, iTeleport (and its companion on the remote computer, iTeleport Connect) eliminates the intermediation of a browser, which I somewhat prefer. Neither Slink nor ShareTool work at all for me. The (very responsive) tech support in both cases concluded that my particular setup makes remote connection with any application impossible, which is clearly not the case. iTeleport has indeed proven magical, pulling rabbits out of hats on both my iMac and iPad. [Note that I was unable to change the Features rating to 5 after initially clicking 4.5.]
Like (2)
Version 6.1.0
Anthony1947
03 September 2012
On MacSurfer today -- 2012.09.04 -- there is this headline: On September 4, 2012, iTeleport on the Mac App Store will have a price drop from its current $49.99 price to $1.99 for 24 hours, in conjunction with Two Dollar Tuesday. This is a 96% price drop! Additionally, iTeleport on the iPhone / iPad App Store will have a price drop from $24.99 to $7.99.
Like (1)
Version 1.1.0
Ooshnoo
23 January 2012
Can't the latest version of LogMeIn do the same thing for free???
Like (2)
Version 1.0.2
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Geofrant
Geofrant
23 January 2012
Yeah, but it's not "magical" ;)
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