Click to expand.The thread starter wanted a VNC viewer, not a server, although OSXvnc is a great server. I'd go for Chicken of the VNC as well, but it's not that great as it lacks some of the more advanced features of VNC clients on other OSs, i.e. TightVNC support, JPEG compression (great for low bandwidth connections) and the ability to scale the image down (great for viewing large screens on a laptop). Still, its the best available on OSX AFAIK, unless you want to run the VNC viewer under X11. Logmein.com This is awesome.
I've used Chicken of the VNC and JollysfastVNC but have two main issues with them both - the hassle of having to forward ports and the speed - on a fast connection, directly working on a remote machine is painful - far too much lag. So I used Cyberduck to send files to myself before working locally and re-sending back to the remote machine.
I was wondering what everyone uses as a VNC viewer. Best VNC viewer for Mac OS X. Free download TigerVNC Viewer forMacOSX. TigerVNC Viewer - TigerVNC is an advanced VNC implementation.
Wunderlist Mac Download. Then per chance, I stumbled upon. Compared to the other two, it screams! I can work full screen, directly on my work iMac from my home iMac and, apart from *slight* lag and the fact that I'm working in 8-bit colour, it's brilliant. It even recognises 2-screen systems. I use the free version which just enables direct contact, but there are paid for versions which add direct clipboard access and other premium items I don't really need.