What's New in Screens
Turn an iOS device into an external trackpad. Ideal for people using Screens on iPad Pro.
Give Screens a darker, sleeker look.
Screens 4.2 has been completely rethought. Amongst other things, version 4 now lets you organize your saved screens in groups.
Peek And Pop
Peek and Pop let you perform special actions on a saved screen — without having to actually open it.
Use Quick Actions to launch a recent connection or create a new one:
Perform a search right from Springboard and find a recent connection within Screens:
Screens 4.2 takes advantage of many iOS 10 features, including full multitasking support on iPad.
One Tap User Password
Screens lets you tap your user password very quickly by just performing a long press on the Actions button.
Block the display on the remote Mac you're connected to. Useful if you don't want the user to see what you're doing.
New App Actions Popover
The new Actions popover makes it easy to perform actions.
New Display Selection
Display selection is even more visual on iPad.
Better 1Password Integration
Send back to your computer any of your passwords stored in 1Password.
Improved External Keyboard Support
Screens 4.2 fully supports iPad Pro's Smart Keyboard and any external keyboard for that matter.