TeamViewer is one of those programs that have been with us for many years. It is already a commonly-used software for both companies and regular users. Recently, its developers presented the new TeamViewer Pilot version which comes out loaded with augmented reality. TeamViewer 14 wants to go one step further and cross screens without forgetting to improve its performance.
TeamViewer Pilot comes with augmented reality
The application of augmented reality technologies to TeamViewer has undoubtedly been a pleasant surprise. Now the possibilities go beyond a flat screen and tend to infinity with applications in very different fields. TeamViewer Pilot, as it has been commercially called, wants TeamViewer support to accompany you beyond your desktop, tablet or smartphone, directly into real life.
With augmented reality and TeamViewer Pilot, the devs will be able to guide you step by step through remotely served instructions on tasks as disparate as installing a modem at home, for example. But applications in more professional environments can range from providing clear and concise instructions on installing various components to giving you instructions on a more complex task you need to solve out.
TeamViewer Pilot is included in the full package of TeamViewer 14 but is also offered in a stand-alone package for complete flexibility. If you want to enjoy TeamViewer Pilot, you need ARCore/ARKit for Android. The list of supported devices is very extensive, and we can find models of all major brands. The only condition would be to run with Android 7.0 Nougat or higher.
On the other hand, TeamViewer Pilot is also available for Windows and Mac computers.
TeamViewer Pilot puts performance above all the other features
The second main feature of the new TeamViewer 14 is the improved performance thanks to faster-routing connections. The devs of TeamViewer have worked hard to provide a better user experience and higher connection speeds.
To achieve that, TeamViewer team have upgraded their servers and can now provide faster and more stable routing connections.