Android: Previously mentioned remote desktop tool LogMeIn released a free beta version of their new Android client today, allowing you to access your PC right from your mobile device in just a few taps of your finger.
Similar to the iPhone version, LogMeIn Ignition allows you to remotely access your PC running at home with just a few clicks. It's super quick and easy — in fact, it only took me 10 minutes to make an account, install the software and get it up and running on my Droid. It's obviously not as smooth as working on your actual PC, but the program is quite speedy given the circumstances — definitely handy for checking if that massive download has finished, or if that large installation gave you an error again (or even to see if anyone else is using your computer at the moment). The controls were pretty easy to get used to, with shortcuts for right-clicking, keyboard entry and even popular keyboard combinations (such as Alt+Tab or Ctrl+Alt+Delete) built right in. And, of course, if you need to read a document that, say, you forgot to upload to Google Docs, you can open it up in Word and zoom in for comfortable mobile reading.
The LogMeIn Ignition beta is available for free in the Android marketplace, although LogMeIn users state that they've been notified that there are a limited number of downloads. So go check it out while you can! No word on pricing once the beta is over with, but we expect it will be similar to the $37 iPhone version. Thanks, Luke and youareme7!