Accessing the IP address, it automatically downloads. And if multiple files are shared, it will download them all in a zip file, only it won't name the file appropriately. Rather than giving the downloaded file a zip extension, it gives it the same name as the last file you downloaded. So unless you know to rename myfile.jpg to myfile.zip, you'd be lost. It'd be much much better if the accessing the address would display a list of the shared files and allow me to download them manually. Or at least group them into a zip file and name it properly! Also, a passcode to access the address would be great as well, ya know, for basic common sense security reasons.
So far the only app that allows me to transfer a file trough http over the mobile hotspot feature. I use it to put books and pdf files on my e-reader on the go. Other apps require both devices to be connected to a LAN network. Would be 5 stars if it could serve an index page, so I don't have to select and download files one by one :)
Incredible! An app that shares files you pick on your phone, via a http webserver. What I looked for, for half an hour, but this not only delivered it; but does it with style and efficiency! Easy to use interface, even zips up files when multiple ones picked, but does it as a virtual zip file, so it doesn't waste space on your phone! Did I mention it's open source too, so not trying to stuff adware or commercial services, down your throat. Dude - I love you 😊
A lot of other apps claim to offer this feature, but they all either fail to do a transfer over http, don't do it over WiFi, or ask for unnecessary permissions. It's simple and probably what you are seeking.
Plain and simple http transfer on local network. Exactly what I was looking for.
Exactly what I wanted. Brilliant idea, great execution.
- Better compatibility with older devices
- Better Spanish translation
- The UI now shows when an IP connects and disconnects from the server
Fastest file transfer app for mobile. Send photos, videos, music & apps offline.