The official TeamViewer app was pulled from the Windows Phone Store at the end of last month, but has now returned for download. What's more is the team added improvements and bumped the release up to version 10.1 before it vanished.
Here's the changelog for version 10.1, which is available now on the store:
- Transparent Tile on start screen
- App is now available in Arabic and Hebrew
- Forgot my password" - function in case you forgot your TeamViewer Account password
It was a neat update and we're happy to see the app return to the store. Best of all, should you be holding off for Arabic and Hebrew support, this is now implemented in the current release. Give the TeamViewer update a download and let us know how you get on.
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