TeamViewer is a handy app which give users the ability to remotely control their PC. Last month, TeamViewer for Windows Phone was pulled from the app store, but it’s available for download once more. The app description reads,
Remote control Windows, Mac, and Linux computers with TeamViewer within seconds. Providing spontaneous support for friends and family or accessing applications on your home computer while on the go, TeamViewer allows you to accomplish all this from your Windows Phone.
The app also introduced a few new improvements with its return, including the support for transparent Tile on the Start Screen, as well as support for new languages including Arabic and Hebrew. Here’s a complete list of changes the update has to offer:
- Transparent Tile on start screen
- App is now available in Arabic and Hebrew
- “Forgot my password”-function in case you forgot your TeamViewer Account password
If you happen to be a regular user of TeamViewer, or want to try it out, head over to the Windows Phone store and grab the updated app.Microsoft, TeamViewer, Windows Phone, Windows Phone 8.1