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  • Category: Business
  • Published by: Citrix ?
  • Size: 15.7 MB
  • Permissions:
    • Access your Internet connection
    • Access your home or work networks
    • Use your location
  • Supported processors: x86, x64, ARM
  • Language: English (United States)
  • Learn more:
  • Notes:
    * New in this release: • Bug fixes

Citrix Receiver

Requires a specific configuration. Ask your IT department how to get started. Citrix Receiver lets you access enterprise files, applications, and desktops on the go. If your company uses Citrix, you can work on your favorite Windows 8 or RT computer or tablet from wherever you are. For extra functionality, consider using the full Receiver for Windows. You can download it at http://citrix.com/receiver.

Features:

  • Secure access to virtual desktops and enterprise apps
  • Work anywhere on any Windows 8 computer or tablet
  • Account configuration using your email address, a server URL, or a provisioning file
  • Use of multiple published apps at a time
  • Automatic keyboard display
  • Use of native controls for selecting an item from a list
  • Pan and zoom gestures
  • Windows 8 shortcuts
  • East Asian languages input
  • Option to save your password if allowed by server

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916 comment



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17 February 2017

The receiver on Android works fine. This one, not so much.


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7 February 2017

Will not login to my account and freezes up.


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6 February 2017

Unlike the Android version, it doesn't have mouse/trackpad feature, which is a necessity for phones, especially on those with small screen. It also needs a keyboard with special keys, like the Windows key, Control, Alt, Esc, etc.


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2 February 2017

Black screen on Citrix - does not work


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1 February 2017

Just as the headline states as well as nearly everyone else commenting... Continuu, Support!


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31 January 2017

I've got a SP4, which is super fast, reliable and new. Citrix on the other hand, once downloaded, logged in and ready to go, won't work. It will not open ANY apps. There is no load screen, there is no functionality, no error messages, just a screen with buttons and no interactivity, nothing. Download citrix from their website because this app will not function quite as well. If you're lucky it might work on your device, aside from that, this app is a waste of time. I will admit that at first it seemed like a promising app with the login and verification, but afterwards, it doesn't do anything. Why is this even an app?


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25 January 2017

The site download does. Works fine otherwise.


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19 January 2017

I don't like spending lots of time to get into an app for which my reason is to save time.


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11 January 2017

This app is so immature. Doesn't give any option to increase the display size.


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11 January 2017

Trying to remote in to my applications is the worst experience in w10p for this citrix plugin. Can't tab between windows using ALT+tab and definitely can't listen to voice mails from email because the application isn't audio enabled apparently. Lacking much development. Very much a different user experience in w7p.

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