The folks at remote access service LogMeIn have released a beta version of their Android client for LogMeIn Ignition. Like the iPhone (s aapl) app that we’ve written about previously, the Android client (s goog) provides remote access to one or multiple computers when you’re on the go (there’s also an iPad version of the app, which James demonstrated in this video for jkOnTheRun).
Lifehacker’s Whitson Gordon has taken the new Android beta for a spin and says that it’s easy to set up and works pretty well. The beta is currently available from the Android marketplace for free; I imagine that pricing of the final released version will be in line with that of the iPhone app, which costs $29.99. (Note that the beta is only available in the U.S., Canada, the UK, Australia and New Zealand)
Let us know what you think of the new Android client below.
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