Good app so far, but simple. It would be nice to be able to preview thumbnails of videos or view files in different views, such as tiled. Also, is there a way to view the current backup progress? I am away from my PC, and in the app all I can see is the number files backed up and their size. Like in the back blaze panel on my PC it would be nice to say the total and remaining file count, as well as size. Also, an average backup speed too would be great. Thanks!
January 24, 2023
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Basic features are there. The download speed is fine, but the listing of Downloads takes a long time to load for the first time. Once you view the file, go back, the same amount of time has to elapse for the listing to become available again. Also, because the backup browse only shows file names, you can't find the photo you want to download without downloading it first. It would be nice to be able to mark multiple photos for download, or entire directory to speed up this process.
1 person found this review helpful
January 9, 2023
Thanks for your feedback! the issue you have mentioned has been resolved in version 6.0.2. Thanks for being a valued customer.
It's getting better but not perfect. Despite having fingerprint longings enabled, I'm constantly asked for my password. It shows you how much data is backed up, which is nice. It would also be nice to show progress of ongoing backups. That said, I like how I can see what files I have backed up and have the ability to download them. Having B2 as an option next to my backup is a bit confusing because there's no mention of cost or anything.
2 people found this review helpful
December 29, 2022
Thanks Ray for your feedback! B2 is an online cloud storage service and is different from your computer backups. The reason you are prompted for password is because you are using an SSO(Single Sign On) account that is set up on your Android device. Unfortunately we have no control over SSO password entry regardless of using fingerprints or not.