Free Glink Lite for iOS is now available on the App Store
Glink Lite, Glink 5250 Lite, Glink 3270 Lite and Glink VT Lite for iOS are Apps with Ads that allows you to try the Glink terminal emulation Apps for free before purchasing the full version Glink with more features
Gallagher & Robertson are proud to announce that the free Glink Lite versions for iPad/iPhone/iPod touch are now available on the App Store.
What additional features are offered in the Ad-free version
The full, Ad-free version of Glink, Glink 5250, Glink 3270 and Glink VT includes the following features, that are not included in the Lite versions with Ads:
Multiple concurrent host sessions
Macro recording for auto-login and for assignment to toolbar
Customize toolbars, add/remove function keys and macros
Optional auto-connect at startup
Configurable scroll-back buffer contains history of your host session
Export and import of configurations
Configurable hotspots for function keys, option numbers and URLs
Glink Lite for iOS is available on the AppStore as four different apps:
Glink Lite is a full version that includes all emulations and communication protocols. Glink Lite is used to access applications running on Bull, IBM, DEC, UNIX and Linux host systems. Glink Lite has emulations for the IBM 3270 and 5250 terminals, Bull Questar DKU7107 and DKU7211 terminals, Bull VIP7800, VIP7760 and VIP7700 terminals, and DEC VT320 and VT102 terminals. ANSI 3.64 is supported for general communications work.
Glink 3270 Lite is used to access applications running on IBM host systems. Glink 3270 Lite emulates all IBM 3270 terminals and uses the TN3270 protocol for communication with the host systems.
Glink 5250 Lite is used to access applications running on IBM iSeries systems. Glink 5250 Lite emulates all IBM 5250 terminals and uses the TN5250 protocol for communication with the host systems.TN5250 Enhanced Display Auto Sign-On supported.
Glink VT Lite is used to access applications running on UNIX, Linux and DEC host systems. Glink VT Lite emulates DECVT100/220/320/420 terminals and uses the Telnet protocol for communication with the host systems.