Here it is part two of our video series on how to use VirtualBrowser for Chrome with Flash, Java, Chrome Apps and Extensions.
As you may know by now Flash is not supported by Apple for its iOS devices and the push has been made support HTML5 video content only. This is why Virtual Chrome is a really great alternative to use on your iOS device if your looking for a full desktop browser experience.
Virtual Chrome works as a full fledged desktop browser on your iPad or iPhone. You’ll have access to using Flash and Java content on your device as you would on on your desktop Mac or PC. We’ve linked Facebook, Gmail, Runescape and YouTube and many more!
You can download either version in the links below!
Starting today, we’re going to begin posting a new series of videos on our Virtual Browser for Chrome channel, Virtual Browser for Firefox channel and our AlwaysOnPC channels on YouTube.
Many of these videos are going to be based on user feedback that we get daily on our community forums, desk.com ticketing system as well as Facebook, Twitter and of course good old fashioned email. If you want a certain feature on Virtual Chrome, Virtual Firefox or AlwaysOnPC explained let us know and we’ll make a video about it!
It’s sometimes hard to figure out how to use a new app when you get used to the way an iOS app functions. Most applications are of course based on the notion of touch interfaces, but what about streaming mobile apps like ours that can offer various ways to use an app? It is okay to be able to use a an app in different ways and not get stuck with one method of operation. This really builds on essential skills because wether your on iOS, Android or Kindle each operating system functions and behaves differently.
That’s why were working on this new series to act a community resource of our products. We also want to encourage users to post their own videos to help others.
If you ever run into an issue with our products let us know.
One of the many qualms of technology is the fact that there may be an issue that never gets resolved. This sometimes happens with larger companies where the amount of users outweighs the amount of support personal available to solve these issues. It can be a very frustrating experience. You can go about searching for answers but some community forums are as useful as sour milk.
Luckily though there is always an answer that someone will come across and share.
Google Search has recently been redirecting many users to Google Germany (google.de) this has cause widespread frustration and millions of search queries like “how to fix google defaulting to german” we got complaints from our users if we were having server problems? We couldn’t seem to figure out what the issue was? It was even redirecting YouTube to YouTube.de….strange.
The fix is pretty simple and one that was found on a google forum posted by a community member. Just type in google.com/ncr and you should be taken to the standard U.S. version of google search.
No need to thank us. Thank the folks who found the solution to this.
Get the best private browser experience on your iPhone or iPad with Private Browser from Xform Computing now FREE for a week!
Are you looking for a safe, secure and private browsing experience on your iPad or iPhone? Then look no further!
Private Browser is a complete web browser running in Chrome Incognito mode. It’s safe, reliable and most importantly secure. Private Browser has access to the full Chrome Web Store along with offering support for Flash content and Java which no other browser on the App Store offers.
Play games like Runescape, PBS Kids, Animal Jam and many more! Watch Flash and Java content on your iOS device without any extra plugins or apps.
How does it work?
1. First download Private Browser from the App store for iPad here: http://vlt.me/privatebrowser-app and for iPhone here: http://vlt.me/privatebrowser-iphone
2. Activate your FREE premium mode by “Liking” us on Facebook.
3. Follow the instructions on screen and you’ll be on your way to getting FREE premium for a week.
If you have any questions or comments feel free to contact us at email@example.com
As we all search for security on our plethora of devices which device do you reach for first?
We all want to be secure online right? How many times have you been browsing and you wish what you were browsing for wasn’t being tracked by Google, Bing or any other search engine or web browser? With Private Browser from Xform Computing, you can surf the web in private incognito mode without having to worry about your sessions being tracked. It’s simple, secure, and anonymous web browsing right from your iPhone or iPad.
Private Browser works like your regular Chrome Browser and you can add Chrome Web Store apps and extensions. If you want to try it free for a week click on the “activate free premium” button and follow the instructions to get your week of premium features for free. Private Browser has access to the full Chrome Web Store along with offering support for Flash content and Java which no other browser on the App Store offers.
The video below shows you what types of apps and extension are available and working with privateBrowser.
We’re all guilty of it. We forget what we signed up for? Which email address we used? Or the most common issue that happens…which password did I use for that darn account?
As mobile technology keeps growing, we cannot escape our symbiotic relationship with our mobile devices. Unless we have a million post-it notes everywhere or every single password written in a notebook it can become nearly impossible to keep track of every account we use. That is why you see a constant push from companies asking you to login with your Facebook, Google+ or Twitter account to minimize the pain of remembering passwords. What happens if you quit those social sites? How do you remember to login?
Why iCloud is Important
Apple has really pushed the usage of iCloud to the forefront of all their iOS devices and OSX hardware since its initial release of the platform on October 20, 2011. Not only do they want to keep you within the Apple ecosystem which many have dubbed “the walled garden”, but, this is Apple’s way of minimizing the usage of the dreaded password, which, in recent years has come under fire with many companies like Mozilla, PayPal and Google all trying to find ways to create a new login mechanism to your favorite sites.
As many of our users now by now it’s how we keep track of what level of service you’ve purchased as well. It makes our jobs a bit easier when their is no third party being connected to in-app purchases. It’s also why it’s important to keep your iCloud account active on your iOS or OSX device. Apple provides us with the best possible solution to their ecosystem and no Apple iCloud account means not purchasing of apps.
How to keep your iCloud account active on your device
This is where a majority of users run into problems when they cannot renew their Premium option for either Virtual Chrome or Virtual Firefox. First, access iCloud account via the settings menu on you iOS device. Tap on the settings icon and then look for iCloud and type in you iCloud username and password. There are few steps to follow but this graphic should help:
The key take away from this is to keep your account Documents and Data tab on. While the App store will keep asking you to punch in your password or use your touch ID for app store purchase (this feature is sure to grow with the iPhone 6). Keeping your documents and data tab on will reduce the headache of any auto renewal or in-app purchases that you make on your device.
There you have it, a tiny bit of information that should make your app buying experiences a bit more manageable when renewing services or even switching to a new iOS device.
You can always contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or just want to tell us how awesome our products are.
It’s been a long time coming but we’ve updated our app to version 2.0.3 with better quality Video Mode! We’ve also updated our overview video to see some of the exciting features we are offering with our Virtual Chrome product for both iPad and iPhone.
Run Chrome with Flash and Chrome Extensions on your iPad or iPhone!
The VirtualBrowser for Chrome App brings the power of the full desktop version of the Google Chrome browser to your iOS device, including all the features you’ve been missing in Safari for iPad and iPhone:
• Flash on your iOS device!
• Chrome Extensions and themes.
• Chrome WebStore Apps and Extensions.
• Full Chrome Sync support.
• Full Java support (Applets, JAR and JNLP).
• Secure encrypted “SSH” connection (like a VPN).
Powerful standard features like:
• Video Mode!
• Full Screen Mode.
• Mouse mode.
• Right-click menu access!
• Multi-tab and Multi-window navigation and usage.
• Ctrl, Alt, Esc, Tab, and Arrow keys.
Learn more on our website:
Purchase VirtualBrowser for Chrome iPad edition:
Purchase VirtualBrowser for Chrome iPhone edition:
AlwaysOnPC is excited to release a game changing update to our personal productivity app. Now you can stream your AlwaysOnPC app with the world’s first Dual Screen Streaming Cloud Desktop for iPad and iPhone, Using your Apple TV.
Our Dual-Screen innovation lets mobile users extend their AlwaysOnPC experience beyond their device to a nearby HDTV screen using Apple TV’s Airplay Display feature. The iPad-to-Apple-TV connection is wireless, so no cables are required.
We are really excited to announce our Dual-Screen technology is now available in beta in our AlwaysOnPC App! This is huge news for us, and is a key step towards our strategic vision of enabling real-time content sharing across all mobile/computing ecosystems.
The full story is copies below. (Another blog post will follow with how-to info)
Xform Computing Announces World’s First Dual-Screen Streaming Cloud Desktop for iPad and iPhone, Using Apple TV
Now in beta, Xform’s latest AlwaysOnPC app update can display it’s full Cloud Desktop in HD format via the Apple TV ‘Dual-Screen’ Airplay Display
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., April 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Xform Computing, leader in open-source based cloud-streaming apps for mobile devices, announces its Dual-Screen technology is included in the latest update of the AlwaysOnPC App in the iTunes App Store.
The AlwaysOnPC app delivers a cloud-based desktop computer to mobile devices. This latest Dual-Screen innovation lets mobile users extend their AlwaysOnPC experience beyond their device to a nearby HDTV screen using Apple TV’s Airplay Display feature. The iPad-to-Apple-TV connection is wireless, so no cables are required.
When Dual-Screen mode is activated, the AlwaysOnPC desktop apps are displayed on the large, clear HDTV screen. Users then have the entire screen of their iPad or iPhone as a touch-pad and keyboard, to control and use the AlwaysOnPC features.
“Our customers want the ability to view as well as share their content on the best display available,” said Kroum Antov, CEO of Xform Computing, “AlwaysOnPC Dual-Screen brings a new paradigm for mobile app interfaces and is a giant leap forward for Cloud Streaming Apps.”
For example iPad users with Apple TV at home can open and share content with their family and friends by projecting it onto the HDTV: They can share photos or video from sources such as Facebook, Dropbox, Vimeo, even Adobe Flash-based video among others using Firefox Browser with Flash support that is included in AlwaysOnPC.
The AlwaysOnPC with Dual-Screen also enhances business and productivity activities. With Apple TV and an iPhone, a user can open and edit office documents such as Microsoft Word, Excel or Powerpoint files, or display a meeting presentation, on a large HDTV screen.
Whenever AlwaysOnPC App detects a nearby Apple TV, instructions appear for activating it: Swipe up to reveal the iOS control panel; tap “AirPlay Display”, select “Apple TV” and turn ON the “Mirroring” switch. AlwaysOnPC will then switch to Dual-Screen mode. The feature will remain free during beta. Learn more athttp://alwaysonpc.com/mobile/AlwaysOnPC-HDTV-Dual-screen-display-Apple-TV
Xform’s AlwaysOnPC platform delivers the power of cloud-hosted applications to iPad, iPhone and Android phones and tablets. Xform has cloud clusters deployed in the US and Europe with over 1.5 million virtual desktops/apps created and streamed to customer’s PCs and mobile devices. Xform’s apps include Virtual-Browser for Firefox, VirtualBrowser for Chrome and AlwaysOnPC. The apps are sold in the iTunes App Store, Google Play, Amazon Apps, and other marketplaces. The platform is also available for private label or license. Learn more at http://www.xformcomputing.com
Firefox® and Mozilla® are registered trademarks of Mozilla Foundation. Adobe® and Flash® are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated. Other marks are the property of their respective owners. The mention of these marks is to indicate compatibility only and shall not be construed as an endorsement of Xform or its apps.
Chief Marketing Officer
Xform Computing, Inc.
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