Remote desktop client LogMeIn Ignition, which allows users to remotely control a computer using the iPhone or iPod touch has been updated to support Apple's new iPad device.

The latest update of LogMeIn Ignition includes full support for the Apple iPad, providing complete access to office and home computers, including Macs and Windows-based PCs.

LogMeIn notes with this latest update, the single application adapts dynamically to the iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. The update also promises improved display, rendering and navigation for the iPad, including new keyboard handling to take full advantage of larger, high-resolution display and new iPad capabilities.

The latest version of LogMeIn Ignition also offers increased performance and handling for 3G and WiFi enabled connections.

"With this latest version of LogMeIn Ignition, customers can use their iAnything - Pad, Phone, Pod - to instantly and securely access their digital lives, from wherever they are in the world," said Andrew Burton, Vice President, Access and Management, LogMeIn.

"Whether it's accessing an important file back in the office while you are camping in the woods, or showing off the latest picture of the kids you have at home, the iPad with LogMeIn Ignition is the perfect combination for keeping you productive at work and at play."

Available from the Apple iTunes App Store, LogMeIn Ignition costs £17.99 and requires the iPhone 3.0 Software Update or later.

LogMeIn Ignition for iPhone is reviewed here.