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Angry Birds Being Beat By Splashtop



Splashtop Inc is the new world leader in instant access to computing and has gathered up very impressive new records with their paid version of Remote Desktop iPad application and has easily beaten out the Guinness World Records holder, Angry Birds, in both Australia and New Zealand and has become the number one overall paid iPad application this week.

Splashtop Remote Desktop launched back in September of last year and has quickliy climbed the charts to become the number one paid application on the iPad in 15 counties along with also being the number one iPad busisness application in 40 countries according to App Annie. This rankings are monitored very frequently and often change hourly.

According to Splashtop CEO and Co-Founder, Mark Lee, “If you don’t think beating Angry Birds is a big deal, go ask your kids! OK, seriously, we’re not really trying to compete with Angry Birds. In fact, Splashtop is a wonderful enabler of games.”

Although Splashtop’s Remote Desktop is categorized as a business application the company is quickly making a point that a few hard-core gamers are using the application to play graphic intensive PC games such as W.O.W (World of Warcraft) on their iPads.

One blogger, Brian Johnson of TouchArcade, pointed out in his recent review, “Splashtop is basically a 1:1 representation of what is happening on your PC, and is totally enjoyable to game on!” Finally there is a gaming application that can satisfy both needs casual gamers and serious gamers. Average gamers being those who have turned to their mobile devices to play Facebook games such as CityVille and those that prefer a more rich and deep gaming experience.

Splashtop Remote connects to operating systems such as Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and also Mac OS X 10.6 or higher. It consists of two components one an application running on the mobile device, and another application running on the computer itself. The smartphone or tablet connects to the computer via any network. If you would like to learn more about Splashtop Remote you can visit their website at http://www.splashtop.com/remote.

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Business Wire

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