Simply called Prompt 2, the follow-up app comes with a new design and a number of new features that make on-the-go SSH management even more powerful and easier on iOS.
Of the new look of Prompt 2, Panic proudly notes:
As you can see, we also gave Prompt a fresh new look — a little bit sleeker, a little bit more cybernetic — and of course we made sure it was ready for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. And man, the dramatic, black interface looks absolutely incredible on an iPhone 6. There are lots of nice visual touches.
On top of its new design, Prompt 2 boasts new features and capabilities, not least of which is support for Panic Sync. Panic Sync lets you securely sync your favorite servers, passwords, and keys across all instances of Prompt on your iOS devices.
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Prompt 2 also lets you create server folders for easier sorting and easily switch between connections using edge swiping on iPhone or a tab bar on iPad. The app also allows you to save your most-used commands and text snippets as “clips” and quickly access them via its customizable keyboard bar.
Also featured in Prompt 2 is support for Touch ID, enabling you to protect your servers and data within the app using your fingerprint.
Note that Prompt 2 comes as an all-new paid app rather than as a free update to the original Prompt, which is no longer available on the App Store.