By Delite Studio S.r.l.
Open the Mac App Store to buy and download apps.
Open files stored on your Mac directly with your iPhone and iPad.
Local Cloud combines the simplicity of the cloud with the protection and speed of your local network. And because it was built for businesses, it gives you the level of security and control you need. It works securely inside your firewall and uses modern encryption methods to transfer files.
Local Cloud integrates seamlessly into your home or office. No hardware required and a one-time set up that happens in seconds. Don't even need administrator rights to run it.
Requires Local Cloud* to be installed on your device.
Local Cloud is optimized for your Macs with Retina display.
Delite Studio develops high-quality native applications and delivers a great customer service. Do you enjoy using this app? Write a positive review. Do you need help? Let us know, we will do everything to help you.
* For iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Available on the App Store: www.delitestudio.com/go/local-cloud-ios
What's New in Version 1.3.1
Bug fixes and general improvements.
Enjoy the new update? Please write a review. And if you've got any ideas on how we can keep improving our app, we're all ears. Drop us a line through the page "Contact" at www.delitestudio.com.
Very useful addition to my “cloud storage” systems
This app (and its companions running under iOS) provide a simple but important capability: accessing files on a local computer that aren’t already being shared via another cloud-based solution. I use OneDrive and iCloud . . . but I also have over 5 Tb of images stored on RAID drives attached to my iMac. These are not shared in the cloud and because I use Lightroom (and Lightroom mobile) for image editing, the RAW files and scans are not in Photos. This solution is PERFECT for me because I can now lounge on my couch, iPhone 6 Plus or iPad Air in hand, grab large RAW files on my computer downstairs, and edit to my heart’s content.
Unlike another reviewer, I didn’t find installation difficult at all . . . the directions were clear and once set up, it works flawlessly. No surprises.
The one item I would suggest for the developer is that you provide an error message when the user creates their password and uses a special character. It was only through trial and error that I discovered that you don’t accept special characters (e.g. !,@,#) as part of the password string. Other than that . . . easy, peasy.