By Steven Zhang
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FileExplorer helps you to access files on your computer (Mac OS X, Windows, Linux), NAS and Cloud Storage (Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive etc) from iPhone/iPad. Stream movies and musics to your iPhone/iPad. Directly view photos, play slideshow without iTunes sync. Access and manage documents on your office computer from home through iOS VPN or port forward.
1) Access Computer/NAS
Supported OS and device: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Time Capsule and NAS.
Access network shares on above OS and device by CIFS, SMB, WebDAV and FTP protocol.
Manage(copy/move/rename/delete) your remote files on iPhone/iPad.
Stream movies and musics from computer/NAS to iPhone/iPad.
Transfer files between computer/NAS and iPhone/iPad.
Search files by file name.
Support network discovery and make connection setup easily.
Support VPN and port forward(139 and 445 port) to connect your computer/NAS over Internet.
2) Local Storage
Built-in FTP Server: Transfer files between computer and iPhone/iPad over WiFi.
Sort files and folders by name, date and size etc.
File Management: Copy, Delete, Move files.
3) Built-in file readers
Support JPG, PNG, TIFF, GIF
Share photos on Twitter, Facebook, Email etc.
Support MP3, FLAC, APE, WMA, WAV
Background, shuffle, Repeat play
Fast open large pdf file.
Support Outline, Bookmark, page thumbnails, annotation link etc.
MS Office: Support Word, Excel, Powerpoint documents
iWork: Support Pages, Numbers, Keynote documents
And more formats: plain text, RTF(Rich Text Format), HTML and Web Archives
* Universal app
* Transfer photos between iOS photo library and computers/cloud storage.
* Password lock down app.
* Favorites, Email, Air Print etc.
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What's New in Version 5.2.1
* Fixed a SMB connection issue with OS X 10.11.5.
tvOS version is decent; could be better
Reviewing the tvOS version here as there currently isn't a mechanism for doing so on tvOS (Apple, fix that).
tvOS version connects to Apple Time Capsule (2nd gen, device password assigned/enabled), and "works as advertised". I've noticed a few things that could make it better/easier to use.
1. When browsing audio/video media, it would be more useful to display the running time than the size. For video specifically, it would be useful to be able to see some kind of "SD" (standard def) or "HD" (high def) indicator on the icons, and perhaps be able to press/hold to get more info (frame size, frame rate, bit rate, audio/video encoding, number of audio channels, etc. - basically the same type of file information that iTunes or QuickTime Player will return).
2. The subtitle feature for video playback is nice, although it appears the basename of both the video and .srt file must match exactly to "trigger" this, and no way to invoke the feature for "misnamed" files (other than to rename the misnamed file). It would also be useful if an app setting was available to always enable the feature when a matching .srt file is found, rather than having to respond to the prompt (that overlays and obscures the video), and then having to swipe down to select the file it found. At the very least, selecting the file already found should be the default, with "hide subtitles" being secondary (otherwise, why did the user select "yes" when asked if they wanted subtitles?).
doesnt transfer bigger files
would not upload files bigger than 250 meg
says it did upload them to my nas
wanted to put my videos there.
almost deleted them as it said they were uploaded.
serious bug !
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: Jun 10, 2016
- Version: 5.2.1
- Size: 39.9 MB
- Languages: English, German, Italian, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese
- Seller: Steven Zhang
- © Skyjos Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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