TeamViewer for Android boosts performance, exits beta
The updated version offers better support for hardware keyboards and Swype, and optical trackballs and d-pads can now be used to control the mouse pointer. Additional translations have also been added, and TeamViewer's performance and stability has improved noticeably since the beta release.
As is the case with its desktop app, TeamViewer for Android is free for personal use. Commercial use requires a paid desktop license, but there's no additional charge for the mobile app. TeamViewer isn't listed in the Android Market, so you'll need to know how to install non-Market apps on your device and get it right from the company's webpage -- the QR Code is after the break.
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