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Parallels Mobile On It’s Way To Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8

January 28, 2013 1 Comment

Ok, so for those with no clue on what Parallel is, its a desktop virtualization software that makes it possible and simple for consumers and businesses of all sizes to run and use applications they need on a variety of platforms including Mac, PC, and mobile devices. Recently  the online resource for job search, hiring and recruitment site posted a position for  Parallels, under the Windows Phone developer vacancy in .Net languages/C++. With Parallels Mobile client for Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8, the company wants to add to its growing list of platforms supported.

Parallels Mobile currently lets you access and use your Mac applications and Windows programs running in Parallels Desktop for Mac while you’re on the go. Parallels Mobile also allows you:
- Use any of your Windows applications, from Internet Explorer to Outlook
- Remotely start, stop any of your applications.
- Stay connected via WiFi or 3G networks
- Control your Mac just like you control Windows (Parallels Desktop 7 only)
- Play back music and audio files remotely – see and hear Flash video on your iPad or iPhone (Parallels Desktop 7 only)
- Copy and paste text between your mobile device and Windows programs (Parallels Desktop 7 only)

To learn more about check out Read more at WinPhoneLive.ru

Source: WinPhoneLive.ru VIA WMPoweruser

 

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