It works but the user interface is difficult. First of all it is not obvious whether to select the files on your phone to upload or in your browser to download. There is a menu in the browser that opens a side bar with a lot of icons but no help when the mouse is hovered to explain the function. Once I stumbled into the Camera function, I had to download each picture individually because there is no way to select a group. Typing in the digital http address is chore. App should suggest bookmark.
16 people found this review helpful
This app, "Wi-Fi File Transfer", is the only currently-supported app of its type that does not contain ads *and* allows full SD card access. It works very well. The only thing is that the listing of files is non-standard, in terms of whether you're seeing a listing of files on the internal drive and/or the SD card. All the files can be viewed, though. Works on all platforms tested, including iOS and iPadOS.
24 people found this review helpful
Does it work? INCONCLUSIVE. My testing: Sometimes it works; sometimes it doesn't. Even when it works, it's pretty slow even though the smartphone is right beside the WiFi router (both WiFi 6) I have never gotten it to transfer a 15GB file. It always permanently locks up at around 300MB. But if I tell it to upload 10 x 3GB files from PC to Android or vice versa, it transfers 6 files simultaneously and eventually completes. Small files like JPGs work best, though. Try it, it's FREE and NO ADS!!
7 people found this review helpful
Thank you for constructive feedback. when downloading multiple large files the Web browser limits memory usage and that is because Web browsers doesn't have direct access to folders therefore we need to download and zip multiple files in memory. To fix this we are adding a FTP server feature within next couple weeks.