TAKE CONTROL

Run your Android device
from your browser

No credit card required

TAKE CONTROL

Run your Android device
from your browser

No credit card required

Remote access
tools

  • Get real time screen stream of your Android
    devices on your computer

  • Control your Android devices as it would be in your hands, including all touch and key events through your web browser (root access required)

  • Manage your devices from the web Dashboard

  • Run terminal commands and write shell scripts on your device

  • Check the location of your phone and follow it on a map with GPS tracking

Remote access
tools


Pricing and Plans

Per device pricing, all features included

Starter

For Personal use

€ 6.99

Monthly

3 devices
30 Days trial

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No Credit card required

Professional

For SMBs and Developers

€ 14.99

Monthly

10 devices
Priority Support

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Enterprise

For device providers

and fleet managers

Unlimited devices
Headless Client App
LAN Server Builds
Pre-installed Webkey Client

Customisable solutions
for businesses

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Starter
For Personal use

€ 6.99

  • 100 Users
  • 8 Gig Disc Space
  • Unlimited Data Transfer
  • 3 devices
  • 30 Days trial
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Professional
For Personal use

€ 14.99

  • 100 Users
  • 8 Gig Disc Space
  • Unlimited Data Transfer
Try Now
Enterprise
For device providers and fleet managers

  • 100 Users
  • 8 Gig Disc Space
  • Unlimited Data Transfer
Try Now


Features

Non-rooted devices

Rooted devices

Signed Webkey APK

Real-time remote view

Full remote control including touch and key events

Linux terminal access

GPS-based location tracking

Quick open URLs in Android

Web Dashboard to monitor devices

List installed packages through a Rest API

Install/Remove packages

Direct access to your device by nick name

Headless version

Configuration via intent

Pre-installed Webkey client


Security is
key for us, too

While using Webkey, all remote control sessions are encrypted between your browser and your device by SSL/TLS certificates.

Pairing devices always requires an access code (PIN) to avoid accidental or malicious pairings.

Are you ready
to take control?