Somewhat useless unless you know what you are doing... Don't think this app is going to help you learn any of the things it does... if anything consider it the final exam, unless you know what it is asking for and what is a valid response, your just groping around for the door in a dark room that has doorknobs everywhere. ..
Once you get used to the ui you realise this is one useful app... From start to finish setting up a Web test server with sql takes less than two minutes. I've not come under five just for installation on pc :P definitely a must have. Bonus points for the little extra tools too much appreciated
Love it! Okay... Where has this app been all my life. I'm a server junkie and wherever I go, if someone does not have an ftp, or tftp server, it's okay! No Web server or samba server? No problem! Need an leap server? I have not needed one so far, but if I did, it's already paid for. Absolutely love you guys. More like hot value apps. Just can't say enough about it!
Something's not right What you get when you download this is a random heap of servers that has a uniform GUI slapped over top of them. Your going to have to resort to reading logcats if you expect to figure out how to use any of the servers or even what server they are. Most of these servers have multiple variants out there, many of which are open source and could likely be the one the developer used but there's no list anywhere and in some cases even have their log output suppressed. This program reeks of someone hacking a bunch of random open source projects together, failing to redistribute the license with the completed program they are used in. The only good thing I can say about it is that the GUI is really well designed. That doesn't mean much when a lot of these servers require anywhere from a few minutes to a few days to configure properly. Better off installing a mobile Linux distro side-by-side with Android. At least then you have man commands and web documentation to fall back on for a reference.
Seems nice I tried the trial and had trouble with it on my Note2. It is rooted (stock rom, root is just for some dev apps like SQLite Editor). I ued the internal port forwarding and it caused the servers to be unreachable. On my tablet it worked fine (Note 10.1 2014 Edition). So I bought the full version. First I had trouble with using the servers (I exported from the trial and inported to the full). The reinstallation of the package C solved the problem. 4* for the root functions not working properly (this might be a samsung related bug but 3 out of 4 mobiles out there is samsung..). If you can fix this, please do so and mention it in the change log, I will immediately change the rating to 5*. On the other hand, I must thank you for this great application, it really worths the price. Keep up the good work! :)
Good, and now stable... Pro: The list of servers is huge, the configuration options are impressive, and its very simple to setup and use Cons: "Updated" I don't know if one of the App update or my device update to Android 4.4 fixed my problems, but now everything works great - "Old" The most critical option for a MultiServer app is unstable: the Start on Boot option don't work all the time, some time none of the servers starts, some time some of them do, and some don't. It's very frustrating.
Another huge update! If you like it please leave a review on Play, thanks!
- New 'UPnP Native Server'
- New 'DHCP Native Server IPv4'
- New 'DHCP Relay Server'
- New 'DNSMasq Server'
- New 'DNS Native Server'
- New 'FTP Native Server'
- New 'TFTP Native Server'
- New 'Web Native Server'
- New 'SMB Native Server'
- Bug fixes
- And way more!