AnyDesk
AnyDesk
5.4.5

3.0

AnyDesk free download for Mac

AnyDesk

5.4.5
07 February 2020

Access other computers.

Overview

AnyDesk aims to help you access any computer from a remote location without having to go through complicated setups.

The AnyDesk utility assigns an address the first time you launch the application, and you can configure any machine for unattended access by setting a password (make sure to use a strong one).

Note: Pricing options can be viewed here.

What's new in AnyDesk

Version 5.4.5:
New features:
  • User settings for managing keyboard shortcuts behaviour
  • "Host key" option which allows you to use Right Command key to control the local macOS
  • Added support for "Home" and "Back" buttons when connected to remotely to Android device
Fixed bugs:
  • Connection to macOS login window fixed
  • Fixed crash on incoming connection which occurred in certain network configurations
  • Reduced number of user password requests in AnyDesk installer
  • Fixed issue when user is not able to reconnect after updating AnyDesk remotely
  • Fixed crash on macOS 10.10 Yosemite related to custom AnyDesk configurations
  • UI improvements

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2 AnyDesk Reviews

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Solutionscts
11 October 2019

Most helpful

I've been using this software for about a year now and for the most part it's worked pretty well. Their recent version 5 has had some hiccups and has given me a good amount of trouble - primarily when connecting to Windows servers. They've been releasing updates and that seems to be helping with the issues thus far. So, far a fairly competent program but their support however is almost nonexistent! Really hit and miss! Recently I've sent them multiple emails through their support forum requesting help and reporting issues. They either don't respond at your email at all or if they do it's very vague and of little use. Again, a fairly decent program but their support is horrible! They've raised their price in the last year for a 1 year subscription by quite a bit. For that kind of price increase you'd thing they'd up their game with regards to support. Because of the poor support, I may have to reconsider when it comes time to renew my subscription. There are many products out there that do the same thing.
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Version 5.1.2
Solutionscts
11 October 2019
I've been using this software for about a year now and for the most part it's worked pretty well. Their recent version 5 has had some hiccups and has given me a good amount of trouble - primarily when connecting to Windows servers. They've been releasing updates and that seems to be helping with the issues thus far. So, far a fairly competent program but their support however is almost nonexistent! Really hit and miss! Recently I've sent them multiple emails through their support forum requesting help and reporting issues. They either don't respond at your email at all or if they do it's very vague and of little use. Again, a fairly decent program but their support is horrible! They've raised their price in the last year for a 1 year subscription by quite a bit. For that kind of price increase you'd thing they'd up their game with regards to support. Because of the poor support, I may have to reconsider when it comes time to renew my subscription. There are many products out there that do the same thing.
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Version 5.1.2
Ervins Strauhmanis
25 July 2018
I remotely connect to / from macOS, Windows, iOS very frequently. For that purpose I usually interchangeably used Chrome Remote Desktop and TeamViewer, in case when one fails. But increasingly they have been both failing me when connections just could not be established for whatever reason, or established but not properly (like black screen only with Chrome Remote Desktop). And now I am primarily using AnyDesk, and so far it has been the most reliable of the three for me, though, I still have Chrome Remote Desktop and TeamViewer for backup, for now, in case things go so south.
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Version 4.2.0