Direct, Secure and Uninterrupted Remote Access - The P2P Way

PeerViewer is a fully peer-to-peer remote desktop applications that lets you securely access and control computers anywhere, anytime, without the need for centralized servers. It's the privacy-focused, cost-effective solution for seamless remote support and collaboration.

Download PeerViewer to get started

Allow Remote Control

When you give your ID to someone running PeerViewer, they can operate your computer until you close this window.

Control Remote Computer

Ready to connect.

We'd love to know which feature to focus on next.

What would you like to see? Now you can vote... with your wallet!

Just scan the QR code of the feature(s) you want with a Bitcoin Lightning wallet and send however much you like. We're using this as an anti-spam mechanism, a way to weigh the votes, and a way to fund development.

The minimum amount is 1 satoshi, and the maximum is 10 Bitcoin. Every sat counts!

As you know, writing and maintaining quality software is not cheap...

We are aiming to keep this project well-maintained, bug-free, and reliable long-term.

Therefore, your generous donations are always appreciated.

Just scan the QR code with a Bitcoin Lightning wallet and send however much you like.

You'll be able to add a comment to your donation, so use that to reach out if you'd like to send a message.

Thank you!

PeerViewer is a remote desktop and support solution, completely free for unlimited personal and commercial use.

Under the hood, it uses direct (peer-to-peer) connections between the participants. This was recently made possible by the power of the Pear Runtime.


Why Peer-to-Peer?

Traditionally, when you use network apps such as TeamViewer, place audio and video calls or share files, your data is going through intermediate servers which are expensive to host, can harm your privacy, increase latency and consume additional bandwidth.



  • Being the highest bandwidth AND lowest latency way of establishing a network connection.
  • Ensuring maximum privacy for all participants.
  • Being low cost, making it possible to survive on a pay-what-you-can/voluntary/donation basis.
  • Minimizing time-to-market and allowing for quick MVP's without a lot of server-side datacenter setup work.

Building blocks

We're lucky to be standing on the shoulders of giants to pull this off.
Here's a list of some key, free and open-source technologies that make this possible:

  • HolePunch, for establishing direct peer-to-peer connections.
  • LNBits, for quickly building reusable payment QR codes using the LNURLp standard.
  • Electron, for building standalone applications using open web standards.
  • Bitcoin and Lightning, for accepting payments without needing anyone's permission or approval.