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Announcing Royal TSX

Today, I’m very exited to announce the public beta availability of Royal TSX, a remote connections management tool for OS X.


Royal TSX is the perfect tool for server admins, system engineers, developers and IT focused information workers who constantly need to access remote systems with different protocols.

Up until now, it has been hard for server admins working on OS X to efficiently manage their remote connections. The available options on the platform were very limited and the situation was even worse in the case of mixed platform environments.

All of that changes with the availability of Royal TSX!

Royal TSX isn’t just an isolated tool bound to OS X, it is a true cross-platform effort.

Because Royal TSX is compatible with Royal TS (for Windows) it enables you to share documents between OS X and Windows without even thinking about it.

And yes, we are the first in the industry to provide that!

The partnership between Lemon Mojo (Developer of Royal TSX) and (Developer of Royal TS) is very close, which ensures we can provide compatibility between the two applications in a way that was not available in the industry up until now.

While cross-platform compatibility is very important to us, we still focus on providing a user interface geared towards OS X users. Every feature we build is tailored to the way OS X users work, and that’s why you can rest assured, that Royal TSX feels right at home on that platform.

We think that features like powerful connection management, a tabbed interface, strong collaboration features, connection type plugins and strong security make Royal TSX the best choice for server admins on OS X.

But see for yourself and download the public beta from!

Or, if you’re still not convinced Royal TSX is what you’ve been waiting for, you can read about its features in more depth here.

We hope you will enjoy using Royal TSX as much as we do creating it!

Have fun,
Felix & Stefan

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