Chrome Browser and Java now available in beta. Imagine having a computer inside your Android device: AlwaysOnPC is your own personal 'virtual PC' where can run Firefox or Chrome browsers with Flash and Java, a full Office Suite, Integrated Dropbox, & more right on your Android device.
Note: we do not support sound or full motion video yet.
Verizon Customers can get a free trial--just search the VCast Apps store for AlwaysOnPC. (Or, try it free from your PC or Mac: visit www.alwaysonpc.com click SignUp, and login to test drive your personal virtual PC.)
Do everything you can do on your Laptop on your Android device with this amazing app:
OpenOffice suite: open, edit, save Word Excel & Powerpoint with Great Microsoft Office compatibility--with Copy/paste between all apps.
FireFox 3.5.10 with Flash support (no sound or streaming yet)--with tabs, toolbars & add-ons.
Chrome (Still in Beta) with web store and fully synchronized browsing (no sound or streaming yet).
In-Browser Java (still in beta): Games like Runescape, PartyPoker, or productivity sites like Zipforms.com, QuickBooks online, and more.
Full Adobe Reader PDF viewer with forms, Markup/annotations etc.
DropBox is pre-installed (Access other vendors via browser).
Edit, crop and retouch photos such as GIF, JPEG, TIFF and more with the included image editing program.
Open e-mail attachments, edit, and reply-all or forward documents as easily as you do on your PC.
Super fast opening online files: AlwaysOnPC gives you "cloud power" for attachments & Online/Web downloaded docs: open huge Office docs, PDFs, images in seconds--even on 3G--up to ten times faster than other apps. Included storage: 2 GB of online disk space to store your files. Maximum security: Connections are fully encrypted for your security. Requires an active 3G or WiFi network connection to run.
A free trial is offered via PC or Mac download that 'simulates' the product experience. The mobile app can then be purchased directly from the marketplace. The PC trial is limited to 10 minute sessions, for 5 days, and does not allow Java to run inside the virtual PC (for security and scalability reasons).