HD for Mac has arrived!

We’ve just released an update that we hope will quite literally change the way you view your remote computers for both work and play.  LogMeIn Pro HD for Mac has arrived.  Delivering the best for your remote control sessions with video streaming capabilities and sound on your Mac.

So what does HD have to do with remote access?

First, you’ll notice a rather remarkable difference when viewing remote Macs.  The new HD ability opens the doors to a whole host of activities you may never have tried with remote access before.  Whether it’s playing games or viewing movies and TV shows, it’s now all in HD quality.

Available now as a manual update, users can update their LogMeIn software on the Mac, by clicking the LogMeIn icon in the Finder bar.

  1. Click on Open LogMeIn.
  2. Click the About tab.
  3. Click Check for Updates.

User Tip: To ensure you’re getting the HD experience, make sure your color quality settings are set to HD during remote sessions. You can adjust this while in the remote session.

    
Tara Haas

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Tara joined LogMeIn two and a half years ago in the Product Marketing organization. After holding roles as a Sr. Product Marketing Manager and Director she is now the Vice President of Strategic Product Operations. Tara's team is responsible for cross-product coordination with regards to customer insights, product launches, data analytics and pricing and packaging. Prior to LogMeIn, Tara was the Group Manager of the Innovation Lab at Intuit. There she was responsible for the the launch of Intuit Labs and the expansion of innovation at Intuit through her team's work with numerous product teams. Tara grew up in Alaska, attended Northwestern University in Chicago where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Education and Social Policy and is Mom to two young children.

One thought on “HD for Mac has arrived!

  1. I appreciate any effort to keep the Mac features on par with the windows side. But over a year since it was reported we would finally see a simple screen blanking function appear on the Mac, why does this key security feature continue to be ignored? This is THE feature that keeps me from justifying the cost of Pro or Central in my IT shop. Netopia’s (now Motorola) long in the tooth Timbuktu product has been able to do this for over 10 years! And I’ve seen a lot more users asking for this feature over HD to boot.

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