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Team Viewer App Review

Remote working is on the rise.  I worked for clients from Ireland,  Canada,  UK,  UAE etc.  Often my customers were generous enough and intelligent enough and provided me passwords to work. I need password when working on seo or posting on social media. For years I never required a remote desktop sharing app like TeamViewer.
Couple days back I met a prospective client online from Baroda, India,  who was required my services for his eBay shop.  Customer asked me if I have TeamViewer. Because I was not having this luxury at the moment I took a 5 minute leave to download and install which was TeamViewer 13, the very latest version.  I installed the app on my phone and client given me remote access.
The TeamViewer 13 for Android everyone should have to access remote computers. It has awesome neat and clean user interface.  On a scale of 10 I will give TeamViewer 13 Android app 7 points.
What your thoughts do let me know in the comments below.

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