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pTerm - SSH, Telnet Client and Terminal Emulator

pTerm provides an SSH, Telnet, and raw TCP client for your iPhone or iPod Touch

pTerm provides an SSH, Telnet, and raw TCP client for your iPhone or iPod Touch

pTerm - SSH, Telnet Client and Terminal Emulator

by Instant Cocoa
pTerm - SSH, Telnet Client and Terminal Emulator
pTerm - SSH, Telnet Client and Terminal Emulator
pTerm - SSH, Telnet Client and Terminal Emulator

What is it about?

pTerm provides an SSH, Telnet, and raw TCP client for your iPhone or iPod Touch! It is based on the popular desktop client 'PuTTY'.

pTerm - SSH, Telnet Client and Terminal Emulator

App Details

Version
1.4
Rating
(545)
Size
1Mb
Genre
Utilities Business
Last updated
June 5, 2010
Release date
August 7, 2008
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App Store Description

pTerm provides an SSH, Telnet, and raw TCP client for your iPhone or iPod Touch! It is based on the popular desktop client 'PuTTY'.

Features include:
* xterm terminal emulation
* Customizable terminal size (80x24 default)
* SSH, Telnet, or "raw" TCP connections
* Ctrl, Esc, Tab, PgUp, PgDn, and arrow key support
* RSA/DSA Key generation and authentication
* Integrated browser - no more popping out to Safari to check something. Browser keeps state, so you can pop back and forth between the terminal and browser.
* Tunneling support - useful from the browser
* Logging options; view logs, email logs
* SOCKS4, SOCKS5, HTTP, and Telnet proxy support
* Landscape and Portrait modes
* Works over Edge, 3G, or WiFi
* Stores your list of host/port/protocol for convenient access
* Terminal supports pinch and zoom
* Based on PuTTY, a stable and feature-rich code base

NOTE TO iPad USERS: Bluetooth keyboards are supported, but the full key set is not available via the Apple-provided SDK (yet). Ctrl, Alt, Esc, etc. are not available via the Bluetooth keyboard but are still available on-screen. Full keyboard support will come as soon as Apple makes it available.