Microsoft Remote Desktop

Microsoft Remote Desktop

By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2013-10-18
  • Current Version: 8.1.42
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 28.20 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 3,424 Reviews)
  • Price:
Microsoft Remote Desktop App Ratings: 3.5
Total 3,424 Reviews

Microsoft Remote Desktop App Description

Overview With the Microsoft Remote Desktop app, you can connect to a remote PC and your work resources from almost anywhere. Experience a rich Windows experience with RemoteFX in a Remote Desktop client designed to help you get your work done wherever you are. Getting Started Windows Professional and Windows Server editions are supported. To view the full list of supported Windows versions and successfully connect to a Windows PC, read the FAQ at Don't know how to configure your PC to access it remotely? Download the RDP assistant on your Windows PC and let it do the work for you: Features * Access to remote resources through your Remote Desktop Gateway * Rich multi-touch experience that supports Windows gestures and RemoteFX * Secure connection to your data and applications * Simple management of all remote connections from the connection center * Seamless audio and video streaming * Easy connection to external monitors or projectors for presentations Have a question? Post it at Have an idea? Add to our feature suggestion box in the app (Settings -> Recommend New Features)"


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Microsoft Remote Desktop App Reviews

  • Works very well but needs iPad 11” update

    By Trooper2274
    I have been using this for some time with very little issues if any. I just purchased the new iPad 11” and noticed this looked to still be formatted for the iPad 10.5 screen. It needs an update to work with the new iPad 11” screen.
  • Only works in the most basic way

    By Josh1222
    Works on iPad but keyboard bugs make it unsuitable for anything more than quick fixes. Works on iPhone but without support for larger screens like the iPhone X. All-around sort of a low-effort app.
  • Well done but fix the display on new phones

    By claptonrox
    This actually worked much better than I expected. The setup is the same as the desktop version and the mobile controls are well done. I’m only giving it three stars because it’s not updated to display the full screen on an iPhone Xs max
  • Please, please update this for iPhone X display type

    By aspoels
    It’s painful to use, when literally every other app supports it. Also a dark mode would be appreciated.
  • iPhone XS is out and still no support for iPhone X screen

    By 昵称重复居然就
  • iPad Pro 2018

    By 渌蚁
    Support it ,please
  • Wish it worked like AnyDesk

    By PF 745644
    So much to configure between RD and usually needing a VPN as well, and then constantly dropping connection every few min...Switched to AnyDesk and could not be happier.
  • Good App Needs Support for iPhone XS

    By MuscIeNerd
    This app is great especially when I had my iPhone 8 Plus. Now I have the XS and the screen does not fill. Hopefully they fix this soon. But since the x has been out for a year and they haven’t fixed it who knows if they’re even working on it.
  • Horribly unreliable, refuses to connect

    By Skeechan99
    MS RD is so horribly unreliable that it cannot be trusted if you have to get any work done. You can be sitting right next to your PC, same subnet, no FW, starring at the Accept remote connections screen, staring at what users are permitted and nope, iPad Pro refuses to connect. Meanwhile Chrome RD works every single time from anywhere. Why I keep trying to get MS DR to work is a mystery. Every time I come back I think, maybe, there is a small possibly that over the past 15-20 years MS has finally figured out how to do RD reliably and nope. 2018, still no reliable RD.
  • Useless for programming environments!

    By RonMN580SR
    Someone went to a great deal of efforts to turn single and double quote characters entered from the keyboard into curly quotes. They go so far as to figure out the order of characters on the line to decide whether the quote should be a left or right curly quote. This “feature” makes Remote Desktop unusable for programmers. The competing Jump app does not suffer from that problem.