TeamViewer, a leading global software provider for digital networking and collaboration, announced today that its QuickSupport and Host app are now available for Motorola devices with Android 7.1.1. By adding this functionality, TeamViewer now supports most major original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).
TeamViewer empowers secure remote access and support by connecting people, places and things around the world through its cloud-based technologies. The QuickSupport and Host app will allow TeamViewer’s customers on Motorola devices to receive remote support for mobile devices. Through the apps, technicians can fully remote control the devices in order to provide support, while also utilizing several features, including the ability to chat, transfer files, view device information, stop processes, push and pull Wi-Fi settings, and more. This remote support is beneficial for businesses, as technical issues can be addressed anywhere and at any time, enabling quick resolution so interruption to business is minimal.
“With mobile devices playing such a large role in day-to-day operations of businesses, we understand the need for our customers to provide true technical support and have the ability to actually remote control the device, regardless of the OEM they use,” said Andreas Konig, CEO of TeamViewer. “With a significant number of our business customers utilizing Motorola devices, especially in the US, it has been a priority for us to make our QuickSupport app available to them. Now, our solution is the first to generally offer remote control functionality on all Motorola devices with Android 7.1.1 and beyond. We are thrilled to have been able to work closely with Motorola to make this possible for our users.”