Running a Virtual Network Computer (VNC) app on an iPad can be tricky business. While VNC is handy for iPad-toting business travelers, allowing them to remotely access Mac, Windows, and Linux PCs from afar, it's often a pain to use a touch interface to navigate screens built for a keyboard and mouse.
Edovia's Screens VNC simplifies things by giving iPad users a powerful set of touch tools for remote access. For instance, you can click, drag, and scroll where your fingers happen to be, not where the cursor is located. And Screens understands many of the multi-touch commands you use on a laptop trackpad. Priced at $20--a bit steep for an iPad app--Screens is a solid choice for VNC users.