AeroFS

AeroFS


AeroFS is a free tool that lets you sync and collaborate unlimited amounts of files (documents, pictures, pdfs, and any other type of data). AeroFS does not store any files in the public cloud, so your sensitive data is always safe on your own devices.


Before using the Android app, you'll want to make sure AeroFS is installed on your computer. Any files you save in AeroFS will automatically sync to all your computers, and will also be accessible from your Android device.


IMPORTANT: Right now the AeroFS app only does one-directional syncing on Android: You'll be able to download and view the latest version of any files you want, but you won't be able to save new files to AeroFS (yet).

App Features:
- Access your AeroFS files on the go
- Save files for offline access
- Support both AeroFS Private Cloud and Hybrid Cloud

Recent changes:
Better error messages
Bug fixes and usability improvements
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Free
78
3.9
User ratings
121
Installs
5,000+
Concerns
0
File size
1679 kb
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About AeroFS
AeroFS is a free tool that lets you sync and collaborate unlimited amounts of files (documents, pictures, pdfs, and any other type of data). AeroFS does not store any files in the public cloud, so your sensitive data is always safe on your own devices.


Before using the Android app, you'll want to make sure AeroFS is installed on your computer. Any files you save in AeroFS will automatically sync to all your computers, and will also be accessible from your Android device.


IMPORTANT: Right now the AeroFS app only does one-directional syncing on Android: You'll be able to download and view the latest version of any files you want, but you won't be able to save new files to AeroFS (yet).

App Features:
- Access your AeroFS files on the go
- Save files for offline access
- Support both AeroFS Private Cloud and Hybrid Cloud

Recent changes:
Better error messages
Bug fixes and usability improvements

User reviews of AeroFS
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Oct 1, 2014
Great Update! Love the app!
A Google User
Sep 30, 2014
Solid concept but not mature aero FS works well in the enterprise. The concept would work well with mobile devices but presently goes from computer to mobile not mobile to computer.
A Google User
Sep 29, 2014
Love it
A Google User
Sep 4, 2014
Needs password authentication The QR code authentication is cute, but it won't work for my tablet -- which does not have a camera. I am a photographer and decided that I had enough cameras with me that I wouldn't need a camera on my tablet. But, your app provides no means of authentication on devices that do not have a camera. Please add a basic password authentication mechanism as an option. It also needs an integrated photo viewer.
A Google User
Sep 1, 2014
Solid Idea, but not fluid. It's for enterprise, not a dropbox replacement. I've been using AeroFS for awhile now, and it's pretty decent. On the desktop, it's very solid. I have three computers in two separate locations that are "serving" for AeroFS. They all automatically sync great. It's basically like a geographically distributed RAID Array that's remotely accessible. The mobile app, for android at least, is functional, but not optimal. The latest update has created this ridiculous security feature that requires devices to scan a QR Code from a web browser to sync to an existing AeroFS "server". I have a nook, with no camera, I'm hesitant to update it for fear I won't be able to connect. I also have a Nexus 7 and a Note Pro. I was trapped in a situation where I only had the tablet and needed to log in, but couldn't after the update, even though I had the password for the account. Definitely consider this a flaw-billed-as-a-feature. I can only assume it's aimed exclusively at enterprise. It's not good for a regular end user. Also, the inability for this app to write to the "server" basically breaks it as a cloud service. You can pull from the existing AeroFS servers, but you can't add to them. It's a service that's coming along, but not there.