TeamViewer, a popular app that allows remote access to PCs from your phone, has been updated to become a universal app across Windows 10 Mobile and Windows 10 today. The update brings the app up to version 11.100.51355. And though there is no new changelog posted for this version, but according to the number of tips we've received and our own checking, the app is indeed now universal.
To recap, TeamViewer allows users to remotely control Windows, Mac, and Linux computers from virtually anywhere. The app uses 256-bit AES session encoding and 2048-bit RSA key exchange for high security, requires little configuration, and support multiple monitors.
For the latest TeamViewer update, hit up the link to the Windows Store below, and let us know what you think in the comments!
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