TinyTERM terminal emulation is now available for iPad. Century
Software is the first major emulation vendor to provide commercial-grade terminal
emulation on the premier tablet computing platform. We've been in business over 25
years and are excited to make this available to you.
Superior Terminal Emulation
TinyTERM provides secure wireless access to
UNIX and Linux hosts with exact terminal emulation. iPad users can rely on
TinyTERM for 21 terminals, including the Linux console, Wyse 50/60,
DEC VT100/VT220/VT320 and SCOANSI. In fact, TinyTERM includes more
terminal types than any other iPad terminal emulator.
Fully Customizable Keyboard
With its extended key set, TinyTERM adds the full range of function keys, arrow
and keypad keys to the iPad keyboard. In addition, any key can be mapped to send any
character or string. Users can even completely reconfigure the keyboard,
changing the layout of the keys entirely.
You can also customize TinyTERM's appearance and behavior in many ways.
Color mapping allows you to easily change the foreground, background and
cursor colors for best readability in any circumstances. The number of rows and columns
can also be changed, allowing more data to display. Lines will wrap properly for best
readability, whether or not the keyboard is displayed and regardless of the iPad's
Full Screen Portrait and Landscape
In portrait mode, TinyTERM fills the upper portion of the screen,
and the keyboard fills the lower portion. The keyboard can be dismissed or summoned
with a single tap. When the keyboard is not displayed, the emulator resizes to
fill the entire screen.
And in landscape mode, TinyTERM can fill the entire screen or
take up just a quarter of it, always displaying the entire emulation session.
At the smaller size, the remaining space displays a full keyboard.
Just as in portrait mode, a single tap switches between the two landscape display
options, allowing maximum visibility and usability.
Based on our best-selling
desktop TinyTERM product, TinyTERM for iPad makes a host console portable
and always accessible.
TinyTERM includes SSH for very secure connectivity. Based on industry-standard strong
encryption, SSH allow users to access remote hosts securely over
any available WiFi or 3G connection. Both host key and username/password authentication are
included, as well as RSA/DSA key generation and management.
What's New in Version 1.2
- Automatic continue through available SSH authentication options on error
- Always-on scrollback buffer using single finger swipe
- Auto line-wrapping when columns resized for keeping information onscreen
- Added locking shift/ctrl option for all keyboards
- Added IBM 3151 and AT&T 4410 keyboards
- Protected mode display now uses bold attribute mapping
- Major changes to internal emulator engine shared on iPad, iPhone, Mac and Linux
- Reduced memory usage
- Very simple and easy-to-use user interface supports multiple connection profiles
- 21 terminal emulations including Linux console, VT100/220/320, Wyse 50/60, ANSI and SCOANSI
- SSH and Telnet protocol support
- Landscape, Portrait, and full-screen Portrait modes supported
- Terminal screen always fully visible when typing using scaleable fonts. Larger display when keyboard dismissed
- Single tap to hide/show keyboard in landscape and full screen portrait modes
- Configurable lines and columns with scaleable fonts and auto 132x80 modes
- Fully customizable keyboard includes support for all 101-key PC keyboard options
- Code page support for over 25 locales, including CP 437, CP 1251, CP 1252, ISO 8859-1 and ISO 8859-2
- Configurable foreground/background/cursor color, hostname, user, port
- All customizations can be saved as selectable configurations for quick connecting to different hosts
- Supports any remotely accessible applications with line draw and character sets
- Works over WiFi or 3G connections
- Bluetooth keyboard supported
- Fonts rendered internally for crystal-clear type in all situations
TinyTERM for iPad is available exclusively from the iTunes
Questions? Would you like to request a feature or comment on TinyTERM for iPad?
We'd love to hear from you!
to let us know what you think.