I am a Youtuber and in addition to my normal camera and my gopro sometimes find myself relying on my phones camera to get footage I need for my videos. Other times I use a screen capture app to get phone screen footage for app reviews or what have you. Wifi File Transfer is by far the easiest way to get the resulting videos/photos off of my phone and onto my PC so I can edit them into my projects. Definitely a great app that has served me well.
Gerry Will Great App. Not only for transfering files to and fro the PC but also to modify or rename files or move them within the mobile its easier to do it on a PC with keyboard and mouse. Photoshopping from the PC has more options than the android photoeditor apps. I am able to read and write to the internal as well as external SD Cards. Really useful, small app with simple interface. One of the most valued of all the apps I have downloaded.
Simple tool for the quick WLan-not-to-many-at-once file transfer Consider this situation: Your smart phone is online within a WLan and you are sitting at a regular computer within the same WLan and want a simple transfer of some files between both devices. Then WiFi file transfer is for you. On the android device: Just click the friendly start button within the app and it will prompt you with a local URL which you can enter within your browser on the PC. And presto! There is file access. I like it and can think of nothing bad about it. Hence 5 Stars.
It's great Works without any problems. It's equally handy either as a computer-browser-based file explorer for your phone, or as a way to wirelessly transfer files between your phone and computer. I spend the whopping $1.60 for the pro version, not because I very often need to transfer files larger than 5MB, but because it works so well.
Very well done, however.. Thanks to this application, I can transfer files wirelessly. But due to the maximum limit of the size it can upload, it's a mere letdown to some people. I very much understand how you'd want to earn money with this app and I say it's reasonable. If you can increase the limit to 10MB-13MB, that would be better. (Y)
Simple, Effective, Perfect. I tried out (or tried to try) a similar app that required account registration and many other hoops to jump through. Their servers were down, so everything failed. Why on earth should sending data to my phone depend on their servers?? Then I tried WiFi File Transfer. It was ridiculously simple to use, and worked perfectly.
• Deleting files fixed for Android 4.4
• Translation update
• Fixed problem with Select Files button in Internet Explorer
• Added SSL encryption for use on public networks
• Social media buttons now optional
• More reliable hotspot detection
• Fixed progress bars for folder upload
• Fixed duplicate filename bug for folder upload
• Corrected Google Analytics description in settings
Galaxy S7/S7 edge, Note7 : Smart Switch(Content transfer Tool)is preloaded.
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