By Code 42 Software
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Get Your Files On The Go
If you’re already backing up with award-winning, cross-platform CrashPlan for Home, you know that it’s great to automatically and securely back up online and to local drives. You also have the peace of mind of knowing that you can restore anytime, anywhere. But did you know that you can securely get your files on the go with your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad?
With CrashPlan’s mobile app, you can retrieve anything that you’ve backed up online to CrashPlan Central. Just browse your online backup and tap the files to download to your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. There’s no waiting for each file to finish before you select another.
After your files download to your device, you can use your compatible apps to open, view, edit, even share them via email. You can also save pictures to the Photos app. You can even play music and videos that you’ve retrieved from your online backup archive. Best of all, One-touch Update lets you get the latest version of your downloaded files.
- Browse folders and files in your archive
- Download and view as many files as you want
- Supports all security options: account password, archive key password, and custom key
- Learn of file updates at-a-glance and get the latest version with just a touch
- Universal app with Retina and iPhone 5, iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus support
This app requires iOS 7 or later.
What's New in Version 4.2.0
Enhancements and compatibility updates
Will not work with ATT wireless service.
UPDATE Dec 2016: The developers continued to work the non-wifi problem and got it solved. I was told that ATT was blocking the port needed for cellular functionality. I just tried it and it worked. Kudos to the developers for perseverance. Changed my rating back to 5 star.
This was a really good app until recently. I put in a work order about a month ago trying to find out why I could not connect to their service when I don't have Wifi. I have had multiple conversations with them over the month. I was told that their is a problem ("I absolutely understand your frustration with the current state of our mobile app. Our engineers are working hard to resolve the issue") with ATT wireless but they are working to get it fixed. I have had this service for 2 years and, unfortunately I rely on it a lot. My only recourse will be to change to another service if it cannot be fixed. Better to lose the last 2 years of my subscription that to have a worthless app that I cannot use on my iPhone or iPad.
Nothing exciting but helpful
I back up my media storage drive with crash plan and it would be great if I could view my photos and videos on my mobile (or desktop) device without having to download each fine individually. Sort of like a cloud media viewer (even including thumbnails of the photos next to the file name would be helpful) but really, flicking through my old photos that, currently, I can only access at home when I plug in my media drive, would be a huge perk to the app and make it more useful.
Love the crashplan service. The website is fresh and updated but ALL their software is outdated looking and slightly archaic. Not sure if there's much more functionality the app needs but it's nothing to write home about. Let's you access your stuff (biggest perk) but can't seem to see what else it lets you do as far as manage your backup system. Maybe some more specs, graphs, or a history log of what's been backed up and when?
Complexity Hidden Inside Simplicity
I was very surprised that this "no frills" App was able to provide the level of functionality it does. Too often we see apps that are artfully done but offer looks without utility. After uploading my entire computer filing system into Crashplan's database using my MacBook, I discovered that this App gave me mobile access to every (and I do mean every) single file I have ever created or owned.
The app organizes the files exactly as they are in my computer. Additionally, I can download files directly onto my mobile device and can open them as long as they not not a proprietary file type with no apps to open them.
Personally, I really appreciate how easy it is to use this app and feel that its greatest strength is its minimalistic and direct approach.
If you have CrashPlan, you should have this app. That being said, if you are deciding to use CrashPlan and are weighing your decision based only on this app, please realize that you are only seeing a fraction of the whole picture. The real service exists via your computer and that service is awesome!
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: May 26, 2015
- Version: 4.2.0
- Size: 17.0 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Code 42 Software
- © 2011 Code 42 Software
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.