iPad App of the Week: SSH Term Pro


Now who can’t need an SSH terminal app on their iPad or iPhone? I went through several before deciding on SSH Term Pro (yep the paid version) for a whole $1.99!

SSH Term Pro is SSH Client application in which you can connect with your server using SSH protocol

Features:
-SSH Console/Emulator Terminal
-RSA Keys Manager and share/send public Key(s) via email
-Connect server with SSH protocol
-Support in both mode portrait and landscape mode
-Configure unlimited server with connection name
-Configurable supported all fonts with custom font size
-Configurable Foreground, Background and Cursor Color
-Support most of text editor like nano, vi or vim and others
-Enable/Disable Auto Scroll within terminal screen, no need go in settings screen
-Configurable terminal type as per your server support/requirement
-Configurable rows and cols (terminal size)
-Configurable port like use non-standard port etc 2202 etc
-Support Up/Down arrow keys
-Show/Hide keyboard to entitle full screen, Just double tapping
-Support Top command
-Support Control, Tab and Esc Keys and F1-12 Keys
-Support multitasking
-Configurable fonts with custom font size
-Configurable terminal type, rows and columns your self as per your server requirement.
-Show/Hide Keyboard and display output in full screen
-Support website link working now
-Access to Sudo and root commands
-Application work with GPRS, EDGE, 3G or WIFI Network
-Very Simple UI and no need to read document or user guide to understand application, however we are here for support, follow support link for any help or any question

Demo

[blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/AYK11SoA%5D

Next up will be based on a Twitter request for “air control” type apps.

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About ccmehil

A developer, writer, photographer, talker - words that describe Craig, but who is Craig? Craig is a person driven to interact and communicate, always looking to innovate over the years he's been through all spectrums of the development process for all platforms. He's built communities and helped define strategies to communicate and engage. Now though his focus has become more precise... With a major emphasis on interaction and collaboration Craig spends a lot of time both speaking and writing about effects of social in the work place and ways to improve efficiency through the use of "social media" in the day to day work you do.

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