Citrix Receiver App Now Available In Windows Store, Enables Enterprise Apps Access

Citrix has released its Receiver app for Windows 8 devices today. They released their preview version back in September and the final release is now in Windows Store today.

Description:

Specific configurations are required for this release; please ask your IT department how to get started.

Citrix Receiver lets you access your enterprise files, applications, 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 favorite device from wherever you are.

What you can do with Citrix Receiver : Experience simple, consistent, and delightful file and app access from all of your devices

For more information about Citrix Receiver, visit http://citrix.com/receiver.

Features:

Securely deliver virtual desktops and enterprise apps

Work anywhere, on any Windows 8 device

Download it here from Windows Store for free.

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  • Zezrum

    Still useless for those that require two factor authentication such as RSA SecurID.

    • http://twitter.com/JohnCollins24 John Collins

      Good point.. With the Surface not being able to join the domain there would seem to be no other way to let it in if you have RSA as a second authentication(like we do).

      • fwaits

        Meaning RT not Pro that is.

    • Hank

      RSA told me that the RSA Softtoken will be available for Windows Phone 7.5 and 8 this month. Can’t be long till the Soft token software will be available for Windows 8 too.

  • Drewidian

    This has been in the store since day 1. I tested it with my Surface and it works pretty well. Its one of the reasons this with RDS will allow for a lot of companies to deploy Surfaces instead of iPads. I know of 3 companies that will be deploying them instead of iPads because of the common UX, management. and security. For users who need access to applications locally they will get Surface Pros or some other x86 based tablet. Its going to be a very interesting year.

  • Nick

    I still think it only works for enterprise citrix users not the small business users. My company uses https://citrixweb.********.com/ and I can’t get this receiver to work.