To celebrate a successful launch on the Blackberry Playbook, the makers of Splashtop Remote Desktop HD have trimmed its price to $6.99 in the Android Market, down from its previous $9.99 price tag.


Splashtop's remote desktop client is one of the most popular apps of its kind, boasting over 5 million mobile users, and optimization for Tegra 2 tablets.

The app allows users surprisingly sophisticated control of their desktop computer from anywhere with an internet (or 3G/4G) connection, providing access to PowerPoint and Keynote presentations, Microsoft Outlook, 3D games, full computer browsing, and various other software not available for Android.

If you've been looking for a great remote access client at a reasonable price, or have been waiting for a good bargain on Splashtop, now's your chance. Just hit the Market link below and grab your copy!

Thanks, Sven!

Liam Spradlin
Liam loves Android, design, user experience, and travel. He doesn't love ill-proportioned letter forms, advertisements made entirely of stock photography, and writing biographical snippets.

  • slipshft

    I use the HD version on a consistent basis, sure there are times when it disconnects, but it is stable most of the time. I use it to connect to the PC that my 3D printer is hooked up to allowing me to run prints even when I am out and about.

  • http://www.mobiletechview.com j_dav1

    Crap, I just bought it the other day for 9. It disconnects a lot with me, but I think that is my lack of good networking equipment.

  • slurms mckenzie

    this was free on amazon (not the HD version) couple weeks ago


      whats the difference from HD and non HD?

      • http://www.theandroidsite.com Ben Marvin

        The HD version is optimized for tablets, the other one is for phones.

    • nctrnl

      I was wondering the same thing because I got it from amazon as well.

  • skinien

    HD probably just means it's tablet "optimized".


      i got the free one from getjar....you just got to get the getjar market.

  • Jay

    I've had this for a while. I caught it during a big sale when it was only $5. I think I've only experienced a few disconnects the entire time I've had it. For me, it has been completely worth the price.

    I just wish I could figure out how to make my computers wake up when I try to connect with Splashtop. It's supposed to work, but I must be missing something.

  • Mark

    Got this for free on Amazon. :D