Teamviewer Alternatives: Top Teamviewer Alternatives For Remote Desktop

Hi friends, your friend steven is back again. We have seen many changes so far in technology and the way we use our gadgets. Today we are going to discuss Teamviewer alternatives. You might be thinking that why I am discussing Teamviewer alternatives today. As we all know that Teamviewer is a big name in remote desktop software, but like everything in the world has its fair share of pros and cons. The most frustrating thing about Teamviewer is configuring it on your laptop or computer for beginners it’s like a herculean task if the software is not configured correctly on your computer then it’s like risking your privacy. As we all know that the free version of Teamviewer is available, but it is not suitable for use in the long run. If you are using Teamviewer for business purposes, then it might cost you a bit of fortune, so without any further ado, let’s start.

1) AnyDesk

AnyDesk

Whenever I think about alternatives for Teamviewer, the first remote desktop software that comes in my mind is AnyDesk. Like Teamviewer, AnyDesk has features that will make you spellbound. Still, the most fantastic feature that AnyDesk has is the fastest data transmission at 60 FPS speed that gives you a hassle-free user experience. The other great feature is the low latency rate. It means that even if you are accessing your laptop or computer remotely, it gives you feel that as if you are using the computer, which you are accessing remotely. Your actions are transferred in just a wink that gives you a natural feel. AnyDesk works on almost any platform, whether you are using  Android, Linux, Windows, Ios, FreeBSD. If you are thinking about privacy while using AnyDesk, then you don’t have to worry because AnyDesk uses banking standard privacy system TLS 1.2 with the additional power of RSA 2048 systematic encryption, which ensures that your privacy is protected from unauthorized entry. A month ago, AnyDesk received an update 4.0 that has added many additional features in AnyDesk, such as file browser mode, session recording, so that you can access the session whenever you wish to. Terminal support AnyDesk is a tool that you should try if you are looking for Teamviewer alternatives. 

PROS

  • Faster data transmission at a low latency rate for natural user experience.
  • Feature-packed software.
  • Supports almost all major platforms.
  • No restriction even in the free version.
  • The lightweight file size is not more than 3 MB.

CONS

  • Screen drawing feature not available.
  • It can be buggy sometimes.

2) Splashtop

Splashtop

Splashtop boasts itself as an all-rounder and one-stop destination when it comes to remote access software. It provides services not only to individuals but teams so that they can access any computer at any time when they want. Splashtop is a privacy centered software that focuses on the privacy of its users, so they use Splashtop without any doubt in their mind. To ensure user privacy, Splashtop uses TLS technology along with 256 bit AES encryption. Whenever you access your computer or laptop remotely, Splashtop uses two-step verification and second level passwords to ensure the privacy of the user. Splashtop also provides on-demand support. If you are a company and you are using Splashtop, then your client doesn’t need to install Splashtop on their computer. What Splashtop does is it provides a 9 digit code for access. One of the best things about Splashtop is that the base version is freely available only if you are using it with a local area network. If you want to access your computer from your favorite holiday destination sitting on a beach, then it is available at a reasonable cost of 16.99$ annually. I have kept this software on my list because when you compare it to Teamviewer, it can be a tool that provides you features at reasonable rates without losing a feature that Teamviewer offers you.

PROS

  • Easy to use.
  • Gesture support available on mobile devices.
  • Provides high-quality audio and visual

CONS

  • A free version can only be used on a local area network.
  • Complicated plan pricing.
  • High CPU usage.

3) LogMeIn

LogMeIn

Another great TeamViewer Alternative is LogMeIn. LogMeIn does not only provide the user to access their computer remotely, but they can share their files, store and you can also team up on files just with few clicks. What makes LogMeIn different from Teamviewer is that it specializes in providing remote access to their users no matter where in the world you want to access your computer. And what work you want to do on your computer you can access it and work on your computer like you are working on your personal computer. LogMeIn provides 1 TB cloud storage so that you can access your important files on the go.  You can also stream high-quality audio from your personal computer remotely; it also gives you full-fledged features like remote print; it saves you from the pain of carrying your important document whenever you want. 

PROS

  • Ease of setup.
  • Drag and drop feature for file transfer.
  • Enables you to record your sessions.
  • Whiteboard support available.

CONS 

  • Sound quality not so good.
  • No free version available.

4) Supremo 

Supremo 

Supremo markets itself as a powerful tool for professionals who are looking for remote desktop software. Supremo gives you the power to host a meeting with your team or access your computer remotely. The best thing about this software is that you don’t have to install anything on your computer and scatter your precious space. To ensure the privacy of the user, Supremo uses USILIO, which is an IT management system. If you are running a business, Supremo helps you to customize the logo of your company, which Teamviewer doesn’t offer this kind of feature this feature helps you create your brand awareness 

Just like Splashot, the free version of Supremo can be used only on a local area network. If you want to access it from anywhere in the world, then you have to buy a license.

PROS

  • No installation required for use.
  • You can host a meeting if you are using Supremo.
  • Easy to use user interface.

CONS

  • No voice support available.
  • No remote printing feature available.

5) Chrome Remote Desktop

Chrome Remote Desktop

If you are looking for a powerful tool that is entirely free and you are a heavy user of Remote desktop software, then Chrome Remote Desktop is for you. But it would be best if you kept in mind that Chrome Remote Desktop is not as powerful as Teamviewer. You can easily have access to your computer through the Chrome browser or Chromebook. You can use this software for ad-hoc remote support. You can also have access to your files remotely. The best thing about this software is that you can have access to your computer remotely from any device that has a chrome browser installed on it. But you should use a chrome browser only if you have light usage. 

PROS

  • Freely available.
  • It can be used on any platform.

CONS

  • Lack of features.
  • You should use it only if you have light usage.

6) BeyondTrust

BeyondTrust

If you think that privacy matters the most for you, then this software is made for you. Unlike Teamviewer or other software on the list, BeyondTrust is best when it comes to the privacy of the user. It helps in avoiding malicious ransomware or malware by giving permission only when they need it. It offers you a secure working environment by monitoring apps not users.

BeyondTrust uses a security assertion markup language that helps it validate the user data before starting any sessions.

PROS

  • Superior security for users.
  • Uses the SAML integration system.
  • Works on all major platforms.

CONS

  • You need a learning ability to use it properly.
  • High price.

7) Zoho Assist

Zoho-Assist

If you are looking for a tool that is cloud-based and powerful, then this app is undoubtedly made for you.  The companies which deal with the IT department and customer service give great consideration to using Zoho Assist. The most fantastic feature of this software is that it enables you to have access to unattended access both inside and outside your LAN network. Zoho Assist supports video chat support so that you can talk to your clients and sort out the issues that are bothering them.  You can even transfer your important files during Lives sessions, which ensures that you have a good user experience without any glitch. For privacy purposes, it uses SSL 256 bit AES technology.

PROS 

  • Ease of file transfer during live sessions.
  • Video chat feature available.

CONS

  • It can cost you a fortune.
  • Requires leaning ability.
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