All your connections, in one place

Looking for a centralized way to store all you remote connections on OS X? With Royal TSX, that dream has become reality - finally!


Powerful connection management

Creating and editing connections with Royal TSX is easy.
Using the "properties" dialog for connections, credentials, folders and documents is powerful - yet easy to use.


Tabbed interface

Keep track of every connected session by using the tabbed interface of Royal TSX. We believe, that, if your browser can have tabs, Remote connections can too.


Connection Type Plugins

Royal TSX is a plugin-based application and is easily extendable.
The most important connection types are already on board and we're constantly working on adding new ones.

We currently support RDP (Remote Desktop), VNC, SSH, Telnet, HTTP/S.


Collaboration features

Royal TSX enables you to share your connections and credentials, with colleagues and co-workers. Just make sure they can access the shared document by using a network share or sync services like Dropbox or SkyDrive and you're good to go.


Security Matters

Want to store passwords or other confidential data in your documents?

Royal TSX allows you to manage your credentials in a safe and secure manner. We got you covered with 256 bit AES encryption.


Cross Platform at its best

Royal TSX documents are compatible with Royal TS (for Windows), Royal TSi (for iOS) and Royal TSD (for Android). That means, you can share documents between OS X, Windows, iOS and Android without even thinking about it.
And yes, we are the first in the industry to provide that!


Use your credentials in your browser

Whether you're working on OS X or Windows, using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, with Royal Passwords you can now access your credentials on your favorite platform, with your favorite browser!


Take a detailed look

Wait, that's it...? Absolutely not! There's a host of other features
that you can take an in-depth look at on the Features page.

Also check out our Media Gallery for Screenshots and Screencasts.

To get an overview of what's new in the current release please go here.