Needs *A LOT* of work before this is usable. Only provides a basic file and folder view, no photo album, no photos by date or tag, no music by artist, album, etc (it does include a bare bones audio player though). Also, expect trouble if you proxy this via any https-enabled proxy, which then forward to filerun in plain http (say, a local docker container), as filerun stubbornly insists that the connection is not secure. FileRun is very promising and the web interface is awesome, but currently, the nextcloud app is still better than this.
Installed this on a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with Oreo 8.0.0 .. receive title/logo screen for FileRun .. then nothing ! Application does not load fully. Seeing that this was last updated in Nov 1 2016 .. it's understandable why it doesn't work !
Linked my account OK - but just seems to sit there with "Loading" at the top. No files appear etc
There is no way to close the app other than force killing it. -_- edit: It won't close by itself, pressing back does nothing. -_-
No self-signed certificate
Requires OAuth to be enabled Doesn't work for our office. We don't use OAuth. Other thing is, I'm not sure of the benefit over a WebDav client yet.
- Unlimited file size uploads
- MP3 player with streaming support
- Video player with streaming support
- Improved performance on loading thumbnails, image previews and slideshows
- Support for the new "Photos" special folder
- The file info panel now loads and displays the file's metadata
Most of the new features require an updated FileRun server. You will get a warning message when connecting to a FileRun installation not running the latest version (released November 4th).