There are a lot of remote desktop apps on the internet but which one you should trust or rely on? If you find that question pops up on your mind when the remote desktop subject comes on then no more. Here we have a list of apps that comes from reliable brands like Microsoft and Google, the best part is that it’s all free to use.

Microsoft Remote Desktop

Wen talking about the remote desktop let’s not forget the official one from Microsoft. This app was not available for other smartphones than Windows phones. But later Windows make this app for Android and the best part is that this app is completely free to use and works like a charm.

You can control your computers running the Windows professional or the Enterprise version. It comes with a rich multitouch experienced which is supported by Windows as well. It comes with high-quality video and audio streaming as well so you don’t get to see latency.

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Chrome Remote Desktop

Well, this is going to be one of the easiest remote desktop tools ever created, and guess what, it’s from Google. Google Remote Desktop is also free to use remote desktop tools just like Microsoft’s Remote Desktop.

You get a secure connection to your machine on your Android smartphone using the Chrome remote desktop. You only need to install the Google Chrome on your PC which is already installed anyway so you don’t need to install extra server app or anything on your PC.

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TeamViewer

TeamViewer is the first name that pops up when you talk about remote desktop apps so we cannot miss it. This is one full-fledged app which works across all operating system whether its Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, or iOS. You can also remote control other mobile devices, not just the PC.

YOu get features like the screen sharing and complete remote control to other devices. You get to touch and gesture control as well. You can transfer files in both directions which is pretty cool. You can use chat functionality while using the remote desktop feature.

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Wrapping up

These were the remote desktop apps that you can use on your Android smartphone and work from anywhere. You may need a better connection to get low latency on these platforms.

Also, read- Use Android Phone Display As Second Screen With PC or Mac

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