Splashtop 2 – Remote Desktop lets you access the contents of your PC directly from your Android terminal. It allows you to do almost anything you can do on your PC on your tablet or mobile phone.
The app, among other things, allows you to use your preferred browser together with Java and Flash support. Therefore, you can access and view any web page that you can see on your PC, meaning you can now play Facebook games, etc.
Splashtop 2 HD is a newer version of Splashtop Remote Desktop. It comes with new features like: full access and compatibility with all your programs (PWP, Outlook, Safari, Firefox, and other PC/Mac apps); more music and video formats supported including flash. Play both 3D games and flash games. If you don’t know what Splashtop is, keep reading.
Get remote access (via WiFi and 3G/4G) from your computer (Windows and Mac supported) to your tablet. You will be able to watch movies featuring full video and audio support. Likewise, you will be able to surf the web through your regular browser with Flash. What’s more, access any application or file on your computer (powerpoint, outlook…). You can even play games with high requirements! Take in account that what’s running the application is the desktop computer, and the tablet just displays it, and give you the mobility you needed.
As we said above, you can access via WiFi or 3G/4G. For the latter. you need to set the router’s IP. Once that’s done, run the app is as easy as one-click. The developer’s says that it works in a wide range of smartphones and tablets. We’ve tried it on a Samsung Galaxy Tab, Samsung Galaxy S and HTC Desire HD. It has worked properly in all of them. The only thing we’ve noticed is that’s better to run it on powerful devices, otherwise you can get some lag. And of course, it works perfect when is over WiFi.
Splashtop Remote Desktop has been developed by Splashtop, an emerging developer who’s reaching great success thanks to this (their only) app on the market.
Along with all this, you can of course run the different operating systems from your Android terminal. You can use audio and video players, play games – everything is within reach of your Android terminal.
In a similar way, you can watch or listen to your music and video collection on your terminal, be it series, films, albums, whatever.