LogMeIn Named To Time's Annual List Of Best IPhone Apps

BOSTON, Sept. 26, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- LogMeIn, Inc. (Nasdaq:LOGM) today announced that the LogMeIn apphas been named to Time's list of 50 Best Apps of 2013. The LogMeIn app enables users to remotely access their work and home computers, files and apps from their iPhones and iPads.

In describing the LogMeIn app, Time editor Doug Aamoth wrote, "With each passing year, our smartphones resemble little pocket computers more and more. But for those of us that still rely on actual personal computers to get us through the day, LogMeIn helps bridge the gap. LogMeIn's app will let you tap in to your computer remotely, controlling it from your phone's screen as though you were sitting in front of it. It's great for retrieving a forgotten file in a pinch or lending some quick tech support to faraway friends and family members."

With the LogMeIn app, iPad and iPhone owners can take advantage of remote access capabilities by simply downloading the free app from the Apple App Store and then installing LogMeIn Free on any PC or Mac that they wish to access. They're then able to access and control PCs and Macs from their iOS devices through a highly secure yet simple connection. Users also have the option of upgrading to LogMeIn Pro and enjoy additional remote access capabilities like high definition streaming with sound, cloud storage integration and file management.

"Our mobile devices are great productivity tools, but most people still have multiple computers at work and at home that they use every single day to make a living and get things done," said David Blair, Vice President of Products, LogMeIn." All of LogMeIn's apps for iOS are designed to provide a seamless experience between our mobile and desktop lives and we're thrilled that Time has chosen us, yet again, as an indispensable tool for modern mobile life."

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