LogMeIn jumped on the pre-release bandwagon by launching a beta version of its Ignition application. Similar to the iPhone version, the Android version will let LogMeIn users connect to their desktop computer systems using their Android handsets. Once connected, users can control the remote computer, share files, and edit documents remotely. Interested LogMeIn users can grab the Ignition app from the Android Market. If you give LogMeIn a whirl, do let us know what you think.
While WES might have turned out to be a wash as far as new handsets are concerned, there’s still plenty of awesome new stuff down here in sunny Orlando, FL. New to the scene is LogMeIn Ignition, an app for the Storm which allows Windows and Mac users to access and control their computers on the go. Just like its iPhone app cousin, LogMeIn Ignition has the ability to pan and zoom, a full-QWERTY keyboard and the ability to store login details for multiple computers along with necessary passwords with 256-bit SSL encryption. LogMeIn’s Ignition looks to be a definite winner for those who are looking to access their computers while on the move. Look for it to make its retail debut sometime in the near future, but for now you can sign up to learn more and be notified as soon as you can join the beta program by hitting the read link.