Who in their right mind blocks rooted devices? Really? I'm having a hard time figuring out why this is a thing. If you're afraid of servers getting hacked, be aware that 99.9% of rooted users aren't evil hackers. And for that matter, if somebody is able to hack a Filr server using a rooted device, then it means that your security is flawed. Seriously, you're just blocking a lot of Android users who want/need to use the app from using it. Thanks, Novell. (By the way, the interface is outdated and downloads are confusing.)
Rooted I can't use this only because I'm rooted. I don't even use the power of being rooted.
Great way to access data Really good way to extend enterprise data while keeping track of who is sharing what.
Gets better and better I've used filr since the beta and it has definitely come a long way. For a product so unique and new to come so far in such a short period is amazing. We use filr to keep our important files on-prem and allow our users to access their files anywhere they want.
Very Good Excellent for accessing and downloads but struggles a bit with upload files larger than 150mb. But overall very impressed :)
Good Great but don't know URL for Dixon's city academy so I can't get in
- PIN code enforcement
- Bug fixes