Friday , August 17 2018

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Developer of a number of well known innovative Android and even Chrome apps, Koushik Dutta, or just Koush, is working on a new remote assistance and screen sharing app for Android – and he’s looking for Beta testers.

Called Inkwire, the tool is a step beyond his Vysor app, going wireless this time with no need for an ADB commands or a tethered computer to link two Android devices. The basis of the app is a shared access code, which once paired users can either offer tech support, or collaborate on something. Here’s Koush’s post, which includes the Beta sign up link:



If you’re interested in helping to test out Inkwire, join the community to get underway.

Source: +Koush.

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Finally. Gave my mother-in-law a tablet but without an app like Inkwire, I had to go to her house to provide basic support. With Inkwire, I might be able to do it from home. Yay!

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