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SSH Term Pro
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SSH Term Pro
Jayanti Katariya
iOS Universal
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4.0 (584)
Rating (Current): 
4.5 (3)
The world’s best intelligent & advanced SSH-Telnet Client app to manage and connect remote servers for your iOS devices

• Best Selling Records in App Store with many stores

About:

SSH Term Pro is on-the-go SSH-Telnet app with powerful remote access & terminal emulation. Our app is an enterprise grade app build for all kind of needs to manage servers. Our comprehensive features are not limited to terminal keyboard and language support, multi-session capability, bluetooth keyboard support but many more.

Most famous and loved by because of its Administrator-Friendly approach, we have also taken into consideration our valued customers suggestions and constantly releasing updates for SSH Term Pro to become reliable and robust in real world usage and development.

• Private key files can now be directly imported in multiple formats (RSA, DSA, Putty) using iTunes sharing from other apps and Clipboard
• RSA / DSA key generation and authentication and share it via email or Clipboard
• Get ‘Local Notification Alert’ before the connection starts terminating
• Quick retrieval of last top 3 connected servers to join instantly

SSH Term Pro Functionalities:
• Launch (Run) a saved command / script at connection startup
• Connect with your servers using username, password or private key authentication through SSH
• Configurable ‘Standard and Non-Standard’ port

Adaptive Terminal:
• Customize Terminal like background, foreground, cursor colour selection
• Standard Terminal features including ‘Terminal Emulation with Editor’
• Personalize Terminal Size
• Support Terminal Screen copy / paste and easy text selection

Server Folders:
• Organized groupwise server to easily manage and control interoperability

Customizable Keyboard:
• Fully External / Bluetooth keyboard support
• Special keys such as Esc, Tab, Ctrl, /, :, -, !, |, $, *
• Built-In keyboard keys with fixed keys like Ctrl, Alt, Tab, Esc, Up, Down, Left, Right and F1-12

Easy Connect:
• Run multiple sessions at a time
• Active connection counts indicator at App Badge
• Configure and manage unlimited future sessions to reduce workload

Gesture Control:
• Pinch Scaling Terminal Screen
• One touch on / off for Auto scroll
• Single tap connection / disconnection from ‘Home Screen’

Key Handy Features of SSH Term Pro:
• Works over Cellular or WiFi network
• Use Custom or iOS Built-In fonts
• Uninterrupted operationality in ‘Portrait or Landscape’ modes
• Multiple editor supported like Vi, vim, pico, nano, etc
• Built-in Passcode features
• Its ‘Universal Binary’, hence, no need of buying 2 apps for iPhone and iPad
What's new in v2.11
* Performance Improved
* Minor bugs fixed
* Quick connection to SSH
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