Access desktop Windows apps on the iPad Pro with Parallels Access 3.1

Madeleine Dean By: Madeleine Dean
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The remote software Parallels Access 3.1 now allows users to access their desktop Windows apps straight from a 12.9-inch iPad Pro. The app offers a convenient and natural way to control desktop applications from tablets and phones, and now adds support for the iPad Pro‘s large 12.9-inch display, a much-requested feature from users.

The app offers three resolutions: either the Best resolution for the device, More Space, and Same as Computer. All three of them bring crystal-clear image quality thanks to iPad’s excellent display.

Parallels is the quickest, simplest remote access app, allowing users to access your computer from anywhere.

Manage and access all your files in the cloud, on remote computers, and on local devices with Parallels Access Universal File Manager. Copy and paste to your mobile device—or open cloud files on a remote desktop—with a single click.

Parallels offers a treat to Android users as well by adding support for Windows 10’s Tablet mode:

In case you are not familiar with the new Tablet mode in Windows 10, it is a new Windows 10 mode that makes Windows 10 easier to interact with when you don’t have a mouse or keyboard.  Tablet mode is very natural way to interact with Windows 10 when you are using Parallels Access on a mobile device to control your desktop or laptop Windows 10 PC.

Speaking of remotely controlling your devices, it is worth mentioning that another popular app, TeamViewer’s UWP App, now supports Continuum and Cortana in Windows 10. The app allows you to use your Windows 10 phone to remotely control your Windows 10 PC thanks to Continuum, the feature that lets you use your phone as a Windows PC.

When you remotely control your devices, various errors may appear. Check out our article on how to fix a disconnected Remote Desktop connection in Windows 10.

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