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For best performance please update your ReadyNAS firmware and update to the latest ReadyNAS Remote - https://remote.readynas.com/download.html
ReadyNAS® Remote is designed for users who own a ReadyNAS network attached storage. This application lets you access any file you have stored on your ReadyNAS storage devices while you’re on the go. Now, you can store, share and protect your data from your mobile devices (iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad) using Wi-Fi or 3G service.
Key Features of ReadyNAS Remote Application are:
- Access files stored on your ReadyNAS as you would natively on a local area network (LAN) connection without a PC or Mac, via CIFS or FTP protocols
- Upload photos from your iPhone directly to your ReadyNAS when you’re traveling, or Email photos stored on your ReadyNAS to loved ones using your iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad
- Download music files to your mobile device anywhere using Wi-Fi or 3G connection directly from your ReadyNAS
- Modify files stored on one ReadyNAS and Upload them to the same or a secondary ReadyNAS
What's New in Version 1.5.8
+ Make direct connect to devices in LAN
> Some bugs fixed
iPhone 5 issue
DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO ROLL BACK THIS UPDATE?
This latest upgrade (1.5.8) cause's my iPhone 5 to now have a connection failure issue.
I get an error message while attempting to connect to my storage drives. ReadyNAS still connects to my router but doesn't see the USB drives connected to the router. It worked fine before I did this update. My daughters iPhone 4 still connects fine, but then again, she did not install this update.
NOW after logging into readyNAS and then clicking on my router icon, my phone just hunts for the USB drives but never sees them. It then comes up with a connection error saying it can't connect to the media.
The version I had prior (1.5.6) worked great. I just logged into readyNAS and it would see my router right away. Though when you clicked the router icon, it would take a second or two before it would see the drives, but it did see them. From that point when I browsed threw the drives, all folders and files would show right up. Even the downloads & uploads were fast. But now nothing... PLEASE HELP!
Should be much better
I have to echo some of the concerns I'm reading here. You can access your files, but there is no "open in" feature, so how do you get your documents out of ReadyNAS Remote and into the application you want? It looks like there is a "send to" button but it's alwasy grayed out. The only way I can find is the e-mail option, sending the e-mail to myself and opening it from there, but that's ridiculous! Some wifi guest servers don't allow e-mail access, anyway, so without first-rate wifi, you're still dead in the water. The functions of their cloud app could also be easily supported here, and music sharing with iTunes should be MUCH easier. I appreciate the functionality that an expensive NAS drive offers, but the investment isn't so great when the software is mediocre.
Could be worse
I use a ipad2 and a windows 7 desktop plus other computers. Works ok so far. Not much for admin or a sighing rights. I can share stuff but share control is terrible. I'm not running a server box just 2 thumbnail drives so I can share with friends backup or what ever I want to do with space. Would be great if I could have a lot more control over who and what I'm sharing. Password and authentication lacks ALOT. I hope the a nas server box will have much more control. I gave it 3 stars because at least I can have my own cloud and store as much as I want with out building a server although if I had a biz line and much faster upload speed I would. This is a ok compromise. Plus netgears router rocks.
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: May 07, 2013
- Version: 1.5.8
- Size: 2.9 MB
- Languages: English, German
- Seller: NETGEAR, Inc.
- © NETGEAR® and ReadyNAS® are registered trademarks
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.