PERFECT! SHOULD BE MORE KNOWN! I have been looking for an app like this for quite some time, and when I found it I didn't really think it would work but it did! And better than I expected. I can now send full sized movies, books or anything HUGE from my phone to my computer using this. And when you send it, the file does not even lose a but of quality! It looks cleaner than ever! GREAT APP! good job guys at Pixel Transitions! I owe you guys a huge thank you!
Samsung Galaxy S3 It does send large files so long as the conditions are right. It's very easy to try and decide if this will work for you or not. It worked for me with several diffrent test showing that it worked for the recipients to. So my attempt paid off and I now have one method to send SOME of my large files. Including some sounds and video.
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DIDN'T WORK VERY WELL Tried sending a 19.5 mb video to my own email address. Took about 4 minutes to send off... upon arrival, I was given the choice to either View it or to Download it. Viewing it didn't work on my two best tablets. When it downloaded, there was no way of telling "where" it went. As a result, I have so far been unable to find it. Using RCA RCT6691w3 tablet, with Android 4.2.2, also a Lepan S tablet.
It worked for me! You need to know your way around the file manager app. Would be better if a) it saved files in the background, b) if it could stream video files, and c) if messages did not end up in the (Outlook/Hotmail) junk folder. I had to advise the receiver to check the junk folder.
Seems legit I needed to email a juicy-big PDF to my accursed kindle address. Google is too cowardly, so I got this app. No muss, no fuss.
Version 2.0 updates and fixes:
- increased maximum file size to 200Mb,
- fixed Android 4.x compatibility, up to 4.4 (Kit Kat),
- fixed Address book reuse issue,
- added support for multiple Sender email addresses,
- added support for multiple Recipient email addresses,
- updated Upload progress screen to include From and To emails, and Start button,
- updated user interface.
Version 1.1 addresses an issue with the default Android device account. It also features a slightly updated interface.
WeMail automatically organizes email by sender, providing a chat-like experience