Citrix Receiver Citrix Workspace App

  

Citrix has replaced the Citrix Receiver with the Citrix Workspace app. In most cases, the Workspace app is backward-compatible, and should not require additional maintenance. If auto-update is enabled on your device, the app should update automatically. You'll notice a blue Citrix icon in your system tray or App Store representing the Workspace app.

You can download the latest version of the Workspace app at receiver.citrix.com.

Clear cached files mac ram. For a list of the latest Workspace app downloads, see Citrix Workspace app downloads.

The new Citrix Workspace app (formerly known as Citrix Receiver) provides a great user experience - a secure, contextual, and unified workspace - on any device. It gives you instant access to all. ‎Citrix Workspace app lets you access your SaaS, web apps, mobile, virtual apps, files, and desktops to help you be as productive on the go as you are in the office. If your company uses Citrix, you have the freedom to work on your favourite device from wherever you are. Just ask your IT department h. The new Citrix Workspace app (formerly known as Citrix Receiver) provides a great user experience - a secure, contextual, and unified workspace - on any device. It gives you instant access to all your SaaS and web apps, your mobile and virtual apps, files, and desktops from an easy-to-use, all-in-one interface powered by Citrix Workspace services. Citrix Workspace app is an easy-to-install client application that provides secure and seamless access to your apps, files, and desktops. It is free to download and use. Citrix Workspace app allows you access from various devices, including smartphones, tablets, and Windows or Mac computers.

To learn more about the end-of-maintenance and end-of-life dates for previous receivers, see Lifecycle Milestones for Citrix Workspace app & Citrix Receiver.

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Citrix Workspace app is a universal software client that provides secure, high-performance delivery of virtual desktops and applications.

At Indiana University, the app allows client devices to connect to IUanyWare, delivering a growing number of popular applications to students, faculty, and staff on or off campus. No additional application installation is required.

The Citrix Workspace app is available for many different types of clients, including (but not limited to) Windows, macOS, iOS (that is, iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch), and Android tablets and smartphones, providing a uniform experience across all clients.

To install the app and use IUanyWare, see Set up and use IUanyWare.

Alternatively, if you prefer to access IUanyWare from a web browser instead of installing the app, use Citrix Receiver for Web; see Access and use IUanyWare with Citrix Receiver for Web.

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Receiver
Developer(s)Citrix
Operating systemWindows NT, macOS, Linux, Android, iOS, Windows Phone 8
TypeDesktop Virtualization
LicenseFreeware, source-available
Websitewww.citrix.com/products/receiver/

Citrix Receiver / Citrix Workspace App

Citrix Workspace App (formerly Citrix Receiver) is the client component of XenDesktop and XenApp, developed by Citrix Systems. It was released initially in 2009.

Product overview[edit]

Citrix Receiver is the client component of XenDesktop or XenApp.[1] Devices with Receiver installed are able to access full desktops via XenDesktop or individual applications via XenApp from a centralized host, such as a server or cloud infrastructure.[2] The product's intended users are employees.[3]

Citrix Receiver is not a standalone product and is included with XenApp and XenDesktop.[4]

Citrix Receiver Workspace App For Windows

Reviews praised Citrix Receiver's reasonably fast loading time[5] and flexibility in allowing remote desktop access from many different computer and mobile platforms.[6] However, reviewers also criticized the iPhone version of the software for the difficulty of formatting text and prolonged typing, tasks that normally required a keyboard and mouse.[6] The iPad version had similar accessibility issues, and the performance of Flash applications was very limited.[5] As a remedy, Citrix developed a mouse for iOS devices.[7]

Update from the Citrix website:[8]

As of August 2018, Citrix Workspace app has replaced Citrix Receiver.Citrix Workspace app is a new client from Citrix that works similar to Citrix Receiver and is fully backward-compatible with your organization’s Citrix infrastructure. Citrix Workspace app provides the full capabilities of Citrix Receiver, as well as new capabilities based on your organization’s Citrix deployment.

History[edit]

Prior to Receiver, Citrix had a different client for each of its products. The company developed Receiver to handle the management of those clients.[9] Citrix Receiver was announced in 2009 and the first version became available later that year.[10] Citrix Receiver won several mobility awards after its release, including a CRN Appy and 'Best of Interop' award for Wireless & Mobility in 2011,[11] and a Global Mobile Award in 2012.[12] As of August 2018, Citrix Workspace app has replaced Citrix Receiver[13]

References[edit]

  1. ^Frederic Lardinois (21 August 2014). 'Google And Citrix Team Up To Launch A Better Citrix Receiver For Chrome OS'. techcrunch.com. Retrieved 25 August 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^Musthaler, Linda (2 December 2011). 'Citrix Receiver brings full-fledged desktop apps to smartphones and tablets'. networkworld.com. Retrieved 25 August 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^Weedmark, David. 'How Does the Citrix Receiver for the iPhone Work?'. everydaylife.globalpost.com. Retrieved 25 August 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  4. ^Ben Woods (May 27, 2011). 'Citrix expands Receiver support to one billion devices'. ZDNet. CBS Interactive. Retrieved 1 October 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  5. ^ abBlackwell, Gerry (July 29, 2010). 'Review: Citrix Receiver for iPad'. EnterpriseMobileToday. QuinStreet Inc. Retrieved 18 November 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  6. ^ abBattersby, Jeffery. 'Citrix Receiver for iPhone'. Macworld. IDG. Retrieved 18 November 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  7. ^Broida, Rick (May 7, 2015). 'Citrix to launch iOS-compatible mouse'. CNET. CBS Interactive. Retrieved 11 December 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  8. ^'Receiver'. Citrix.com. Retrieved 2019-07-10.
  9. ^Koetzing, Thomas (9 October 2012). 'Understanding Citrix Receiver'. koetzing.eu. Retrieved 25 August 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  10. ^Madden, Brian (19 May 2009). 'What's the difference between the 'ICA client,' the 'XenApp Plug-in,' and the 'Citrix Receiver?' A guide to Citrix's client names and variants'. brianmadden.com. Retrieved 25 August 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  11. ^'Interop's Best Of The Best, Network Concerns'. InformationWeek. 13 May 2011. Retrieved 25 August 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)[permanent dead link]
  12. ^Acharya, Sarmistha (3 March 2012). 'MWC 2012: Winners of Global Mobile Awards'. International Business Times. Retrieved 25 August 2015.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  13. ^'Official website'. Retrieved 2019-02-07.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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External links[edit]

  • Official website
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