TeamViewer 13, the latest version of the secure remote desktop access and support application, comes with iOS screen sharing functionality and usability improvements.
TeamViewer GMBH launched a public beta of TeamViewer 13 on October 30, 2017. That version has now been promoted to final, and users from around the world can download the new version of the remote desktop software.
Users and customers may download the new version from the official company website, or select Help > Check for new version to run a manual update check in the client.
The new version of TeamViewer comes with a long list of changes and improvements. One of the main new features of TeamViewer 13 is better support for iOS screen sharing. The updated QuickSupport app for Apple's iOS system offers better screen sharing capabilities so that you can share the screen with other devices including Windows, Linux and Android devices.
The development team improved the usability of several key areas. Recent connections is a new option that lists connections by recency so that it is easier to re-connect to these without going through the full list of contacts and computers. It lists the last ten connections, and works in all other regards like other contact groups.
Other improvements in TeamViewer 13:
Here is a short video by TeamViewer GMBH celebrating the launch of TeamViewer 13:
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