Microsoft Remote Desktop app updates on iOS with new animations and bug fixes

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Email Twitter: @shuttlecock Jul 1st, 2020 inNews

The official Microsoft Remote Desktop iOS app updated to Version 10.1.1 today with quite a few fixes for bugs that had been plaguing users and the addition of support for addition keys and extra animations for when using the app on an iPad.

Here’s the full release notes:

It’s time for a quick update with some bug fixes and small feature updates. Here’s what is included in this release:

  • Fixed a bug that prevented typing in Korean.
  • Added support for F1 through to F12, Home, End, PgUp and PgDn keys on hardware keyboards.
  • Resolved a bug that made it difficult to move the mouse cursor to the top of screen in letter-boxed mode on iPadOS devices.
  • Addressed an issue where pressing backspace after space deleted two characters.
  • Fixed a bug that caused the iPadOS mouse cursor to appear on top of the RD client mouse cursor in “Tap to Click” mode.
  • Resolved an issue that prevented connections to some RD Gateway servers (error code 0x30000064).
  • Fixed a bug that caused a mouse cursor to be shown in the in-session switcher UI on iOS devices when using a SwiftPoint mouse.
  • Resized the RD client mouse cursor to be consistent with the current client scale factor.
  • Added a check for network connectivity before launching a workspace resource or PC connection.
  • Hitting the remapped Escape button or CMD+. now cancels out of any credential prompt.
  • And lastly, look carefully. We’ve added some animations and polish that appear when you move the mouse cursor around on iPads running iPadOS 13.4 or later.

Microsoft Remote Desktop is a popular tool for accessing a PC remotely or for controlling virtual desktops and apps. The app has been receiving regular monthly updates this year, each containing a number of extra functionality and refinements.

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