Not as fast as a direct cable transfer but its close enough. But the setup to begin connecting is significantly faster than trying to use the a file folder or windows explore for some reason.
Works, easy to use. For some reason the Nexus 5 doesn't let you transfer files with a USB or Bluetooth using Windows. It's supposed to but if you look online you'll see it's not easy. WiFi Transfer Pro makes it easy. Get the free version to see for yourself but the pro version costs less than a buck fifty so, yeah, it's worth it. For sure.
Cool, but.. Everything worked fine until one day I decided to make this a system app odexing it along the way. Now every time I try to install this app from google play I get the "insufficient storage" error, although I have 300 megs of free memory.
Can't delete files from SD card!! I am using Galaxy Note 3 Android 4.4.2, and I can't delete files from my SD card which is called extSdCard, I am using the pro version!!! what I am doing wrong?
Just OK is a good description. It is a bit faster than USB or Bluetooth transfer, but adds a lot of stops in organizing things and, most importantly, it won't upload directly to the SD card, so I have to spend additional time figuring out where the files are and moving them within the phone, which requires a 3rd party file manager. 4 star free app, 3 star paid app. A few bugs worked out and it could earn higher ranks, though.
Originally I would have given this app 5 stars until the day came that I needed support...well that doesnt exist so if tech support is important to you dont buy it!
• 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
Do you want to know if someone is connected to your wifi without permission?