WiFi File Transfer Pro is a light-weight web server that lets you upload and download files to/from your phone or
tablet over a wireless connection. Transfer files without a USB cable.
• Upload or download multiple files at once
• Upload entire folder structures (Google Chrome only)
• Delete, rename, copy, zip or unzip files
• Compatible with all modern operating systems that provide a web browser (Windows, Mac OS, Linux etc.)
• Password authentication (optional)
• Shortcuts to photo, video and music directories
• Runs as a background service
• View photos directly in your web browser
• Autostart service when connected to home network (optional)
• Provides access to external SD cards and USB storage devices
• Works while the device is in hotspot mode
• In order to use this app, your computer and your phone need to be on the same local area network.
• If you would like to use this app on public WiFi networks, please make sure to set an access password in the app settings.
ADVANTAGES OVER THE FREE VERSION
• This paid version allows you to upload files of any size while the free version is limited to 5 MB per file.
Feel free to send any questions, comments, complaints or suggestions to email@example.com.
This App need update for newer Android versions....
Adobe flash is going to end Dec2020, is there any advice to continue to use the app?
Great app. Has connection issues every and then, I think that's more my connection than the app. Uploading is fast and easy i transfer a lot of music to my phone, latest being 145 wav files of about 45mb + each track, took 10 mins probably less, What makes it great is you can set it up and due to being WIFI carry on as normal whilst it uploads rather than plugging phone in and waiting around for it to be finished. to sum it up great app saves time and hassle from not having to plug phone in with USB and transfers nice and quick.
This app is really good, for those of you who have complained about the lack of connections to the SDCARD, when you run the program, it comes up with the root directory on your Android device, just go to the folder storage in your root directory, then pick EXTSdCard, then go to what ever you need, the SD card will be displayed they just did it differently, no need to copy from the SD card to the device as you can access both, if you want to access the device from the root directory choose sdcard, (I know its confusing), hope this helps. Russ Campbell
I have purchased it very good application