LogMeIn is demonstrating its ongoing commitment to supporting mobile device users with previews of new innovations for Apple iPhone and Android smartphones at the GSMA Mobile World Congress, in Barcelona, Spain.

LogMeIn’s latest mobile innovations and previews include the ability to:

  • Remotely control computers from an Android smartphone: Following on the popularity of its top-grossing Ignition for iPhone, LogMeIn is previewing the new LogMeIn Ignition for Android, allowing users to access and control a remote PC or Mac, including all the files and applications on it, from an Android smartphone. Additional information about LogMeIn Ignition for Android is available at www.LogMeIn.com/Android.
  • View online collaboration sessions from an iPhone or Android smartphone: LogMeIn is demonstrating a mobile viewer that makes it possible for users to be invited to view the desktops of others from their iPhone or Android device.
  • Configure remote iPhone devices over the web: LogMeIn now allows IT support technicians to remotely configure email for iPhone or iPod touch devices over the web using its award winning LogMeIn Rescue remote support solution.

By 2013, mobile phones will overtake PCs as the most common source of access to the Web worldwide according to research firm Gartner, Inc.[1] With its innovations to help mobile users remain productive , LogMeIn continues to deliver on the spirit of anytime, anywhere access, management and support of remote devices.

“LogMeIn provides users with the ability to stay connected and productive with ease, no matter where their work or life takes them. It’s only natural that we would look to provide this experience on mobile devices like smartphones and netbooks,” said Richard Redding, Vice President and General Manager, Mobile at LogMeIn. “These innovations demonstrate our continued commitment to extending beyond the PC into the mobile world, and allowing LogMeIn users to go mobile with confidence.”

LogMeIn is demonstrating these mobile innovations at stand 1G31 during Mobile World Congress, February 15-18, 2010 in Barcelona, Spain.