As you hopefully know, about three months ago, we introduced Wayk Now. This new tool lets you take control of a remote computer, or allow an authorized user to take control of your computer. It’s perfect for giving or getting remote assistance.
Thank You Beta Testers
First of all, we want to thank everyone who downloaded and tested the Beta version. Your feedback was (and remains) very valuable, and our team went through every single comment to make improvements, fixes, add new features, and so on.
Introducing Wayk Now 1.0
And that brings us to the happy announcement that the beta phase is over, and the official edition of Wayk Now 1.0 is now available! Here are some key features you can look forward to:
- The ability to send and receive files of any size.
- An enhanced clipboard to copy/paste just about anything between local and remote applications.
- Compatibility with Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux – all with the same rich feature set.
- Strong TLS 1.2 encryption with certificate validation.
- User-centered design, with none of the common usability problems found in remote support and remote desktop tools.
- Lightweight package with a small footprint that launches without installation or elevated permissions.
Wayk Now Is FREE for Personal Use
Wayk Now is and always will be FREE for personal use. If you’re looking to use it for business purposes, there are some affordable and flexible licensing options. Learn more and download it now at https://wayk.devolutions.net.
The Wayk Now Back Story
If you’re wondering why we created Wayk Now, here’s the back story:
We integrate many technologies into Remote Desktop Manager, such as TeamViewer, LogMeIn, and so on. This is part of our philosophy of not replacing what you currently use, but enhancing your experience so you can get better results.
However, when it comes to integrating remote support tools, we’ve been struggling with a permanent obstacle: we don’t control the code for third party tools. And so, the only way to solve this problem was to create our very own solution and ensure that it worked perfectly with Remote Desktop Manager. That way, if there’s ever a problem or bug, our experts can fix it instead of trying to create workarounds for third party code we don’t control.
That’s why Wayk Now was born, and it also explains why we’re so excited about it. We’ve been planning it for quite a while, and it’s finally a reality.
Send Us Your Feedback
Please tell us what you think of Wayk Now. We’re already thinking about version 2.0, and your feedback will point us in the right direction. Please comment below, post in our forum, or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll personally make sure that your input gets to our development team.