Remote File Manager Free
By Jane Zhang
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Remote File Manager allows you to directly access your files on remote computers (Mac, Windows, Linux), NAS.
What's the major difference between Remote File Manager and other file apps?
* Streams remote files(docs, photos, movies and music) to your iDevice without doing file transfer.
* Manage your remote files right on your iPhone/iPad.
* Use CIFS/SMB protocol to access network shares. It doesn't require any additional software running on the server side.
Access Network Shares
Supported OS and devices: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Time Capsule, AirPort Extreme and NAS.
Access network shares by CIFS/SMB protocol.
Manage (copy/move/rename/delete) your remote files from iPhone/iPad.
Stream movies and music from network shares to iPhone/iPad.
Transfer files between network shares and iPhone/iPad.
Search remote files by filename.
Support network discovery and make connection setup easily.
Support VPN and port forward(139 and 445 port) to connect your computer/NAS over Internet.
Supported File Types
Support JPG, PNG, TIFF
Transfer photos between iOS Photo Library and network shares/cloud storages.
Share photos on Twitter, Facebook, Email etc.
Support majority video formats: MOV,MP4,M4V,MPV,AVI,XVID,MKV,RMVB,WMV,FLV etc.
Play Up to HD quality (1920 x 1080 pixels) for Quick Time media files (MP4, MOV, M4V, MPV)
Play up to DV quality (720 x 576 pixels) for other media files (AVI,XVID,MKV,RMVB,WMV,FLV etc.)
Support MP3, AAC, AIFF, WAV
Background, shuffle, Repeat play
Fast open large pdf file.
Support Outline, Bookmark, page thumbnails, annotation link etc.
MS Office: Word, Excel, Powerpoint
iWork: Pages, Numbers, Keynote
And more doc formats: plain text, RTF(Rich Text Format), HTML and Web Archives
What's New in Version 3.2.0
* Support iPad multitasking
* Fixed a connection issue with network share on OS X 10.11.5.
* Fixed a layout issue on iPad Pro.
* Fixed an issue that the "Save" button is missing in photo upload function.
Love This App!
This has become my favorite way to move files around from the Internet to my LAN and among the ten machines on the LAN (2 to 6 shared drives on each). It was very easy to set up each machine and the respective shared drives and to upload and download files to/from the desired targets.
The only remotely negative thing I've run into is that it can see files on the memory card or USB flash drive in my Epson Workforce 7620, it cannot upload or download them. Since the app works flawlessly in everything else, this may be due to a quirk in the printer.
I simply love this app! It works seamlessly with my time capsule and requires zero technical skills to operate. It automatically detects your network storage devices, making connection much faster. The only restriction is that the free version can only connect to 1 NAS at a time but I really think it's a great idea to buy the full version.
A big thanks to the developer from my side.
Automatically Recognized and Connected To My SMB NAS Server
Upon opening after installing, this instantly recognized my NAS file server connected to my Linksys router. I simply typed in my user password info and started viewing file folders and streaming my stored movies and music.
Amazing! I've tried others unsuccessfully, so it was great to find this easy to use app. Bravo to Jane the developer!
- Category: Business
- Updated: Jun 07, 2016
- Version: 3.2.0
- Size: 47.4 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Jane Zhang
- © QuickApps
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.