|Utilities||$9.99||Jayanti Katariya||iPhone, iPad, iPod|
— Best Selling Records in App Store with many stores —
● Main Features:
- Support multiple connections simultaneously
- Terminal Emulation with editor and all standard terminal features
- Support to Import privates in multiple formats (RSA, DSA, Putty) using iTunes Sharing, Import from other apps and Clipboard (Copy/Paste)
- Key (RSA) Generation, Sharing via email, Clipboard
- Options to choose user’s own and iOS builtIn fonts
- Options to fully configure Terminal like background, foreground, cursor colour selection
- Options to set Terminal size selection or auto resize terminal
- Pinch-To-Zoom Terminal screen
- Organise servers by group, easy to manage many servers
- Connect with any server which support with SSH2 or Telnet protocol using password or SSH Keys
- Application work in all orientations (portrait and landscape)
- Configure unlimited connection and save it for later easy use
- Supported almost all editors like Vi, vim, pico, nano and many more
- Easy to turn on/off option for auto scroll at cursor focus
- Configurable port like use non-standard port etc 2202 etc
- Extended keyboard (accessory keys) allow to extend built-in keyboard with your own keys with some fixed keys like Control, Tab, Alt, Esc, Up, Down, Left, Right and F1-12 Keys
- Quick to Connect and quick to disconnect from home screen
- Builtin Passcode features
- Active connection counts indicator at App Badge
- Local Notification alert when application about to terminate
- Recent section for Top 3 recently connected server, quick to reconnect
- Set initial command/script for each connection
- Fully External/Bluetooth Keyboard supports with special Keys (CTRL, ESC etc)
- Copy/Paste support and easy text selection with terminal screen
- Application works with GPRS, EDGE, 3G or WIFI Network
- Its universal binary so no need to buy 2 apps for iPhone and iPad
- For iOS 6.0 You need to use Wireless Keyboard Option Key as Control Key, "Control + [" As ESC Key
Got this to remote into a large number of internal systems, secured by VPN. Does not properly negotiate Telnet options, assuming the host will simply accept them, completely disregarding every version of the protocol ever specified for decades. This is particularly evident for mainframe hosts that have no idea of what to do with a window change. No way to determine window size.
I thought this would be great to remote from my iPad to my Linux hosts - but I have a problem with a toolbar that won’t autohide or go away at the bottom of my terminal screen that blocks the last 3 or 4 lines. When I list a folder and it takes up most of the screen I cannot see my command prompt. HOW DO I FIX THIS?
For some reason the keyboard is rolling over the command line output. This makes it useless. I do not have the patience to show kb/hide kb/type blindly to access my mac from my iphone. This was my go to app for remote programming or maintenance from my iphone. Worked great. Now I cannot use it at all.
Crashes every few commands I try when on my new iPhone XR, used to be better on an iPhone 6
This app I paid for must no longer be maintained. Crashes constantly and the keyboard controls are no longer compatible with iOS 13. Don’t waste your time or money.
How can someone build a terminal that you can not press the arrow up? Do they not test this stuff?
Is simple! It doesn’t work!
Used to be a decent app, but has become increasingly unstable. Crashes, and now it’s impossible to change the port. Ridiculous.
If you are looking for a great SSH/telnet client, look no further. I’ve been using this app for a number years. It serves my purposes perfectly. I have a number of linux/Unix devices I routinely connect to and this app is perfect. From Ubuntu VMs, to my router, to a number of headless Raspberries - this app works. Additionally, over the past year, I’ve submitted two minor bugs that were fixed within 24 hours. Developer response time is Fantastic. I’ve tried others but always come back. Look no further.
Shouldn’t be called a “PRO” level SSH client without port forwarding. The core functionality of connecting a terminal session and using keys is ok, other than no support for ECDSA.