Useful Mac Snow Leopard, Nook color-CM7 on SD Works as advertised. Copy 200 MB crashes 3-4 times. The last time causes Mac finder to freeze, forcing hard reboot. File sizes shown with On Air in Finder are inflated; my 16 GB chip shows 289GB unused, small text file are 4.3Gb.
Crash + url off-screen Looked like the simplest app to map a network drive via wifi on windows. Alas, the URL is unreadable, goes off-screen and the app crashed (couldn't stop nor close it).
No ICS or Jelly Bean support. It is now useless for me. It would be much better if it reported free space correctly. I i just bumped my review down from 4 to 1 star because it doesn't support ICS OR JB, so it's now useless for me.
Works once you figure it out 3 stars for lack of good documentation and an unclear interface. Other than that it's great. For those confused about the operation of this app: select your OS first, then click the big power button; enter the ap, http, or ftp address into the relevant program on your computer; onair is the username and the unlabeled four digit number at the bottom that looks like a hit counter is the password. I'd suggest installing FileZilla on your computer and always running OnAir in FTP mode - less headaches that way.
Worthless Tried the fxp trick as per another user (i.e., NOT app instructions) and no luck. Cool idea, but absolutely no help whatsoever. all you who say that people are too lazy to figure it out are sad human beings. Uninstalled.
Trash AFP doesn't work with Lion, WebDAV doesn't do anything but lists the folder content like a text file (with FF). FTP works but that's it. There are much more sophisticated file sharing solutions eg. AirDroid. Thanks for the developer, he doesn't charge for this, at least.