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:
v1.1.7
Add support for AeroFS Private Cloud
Replaced password sign in with QR code verification

v1.1.6
Compatibility with latest AeroFS version (0.4.260)

v1.1.5
Minor fixes

v1.1.4
Compatibility with latest AeroFS version (0.4.198)

v1.1.3
Fixed a bug that was causing the downloads to fail.

v1.1.2
Compatibility with latest AeroFS version (0.4.185)

v1.1.1
Minor fixes to make it compatible with the latest version of AeroFS (0.4.179)
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Free
77
3.9
User ratings
87
Installs
5,000+
Concerns
0
File size
2851 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:
v1.1.7
Add support for AeroFS Private Cloud
Replaced password sign in with QR code verification

v1.1.6
Compatibility with latest AeroFS version (0.4.260)

v1.1.5
Minor fixes

v1.1.4
Compatibility with latest AeroFS version (0.4.198)

v1.1.3
Fixed a bug that was causing the downloads to fail.

v1.1.2
Compatibility with latest AeroFS version (0.4.185)

v1.1.1
Minor fixes to make it compatible with the latest version of AeroFS (0.4.179)

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A Google User
May 27, 2014
A good start... The features it has work great, but I'm hoping to see more in the future. You can't even upload files from the app, so basically all its good for is viewing you stored files.
A Google User
May 2, 2014
Great alternative to Dropbox... ...and with unlimited space* *terms and conditions apply ;-)
A Google User
Apr 9, 2014
File sync directly between devices, without cloud storage, thus without storage limit!
A Google User
Mar 10, 2014
Feature-poor.
A Google User
Jan 28, 2014
Lots of potential - just needs two features A terrific idea, and - based on my experience so far - what's there seems well-implemented: the app connects to my computer quickly and stably. The download speed is probably a bit slower than public-server cloud services, but I don't think it's terrible. More problematic is the (acknowledged) lack of two-directional syncing, and the lack of a persistent cache. It sounds like the former issue is being worked on - which is good, since I'm mainly interested in being able to remotely read and highlight PDFs of journal articles stored on my computer. The cache is another matter: I like to do my PDF-reading/highlighting on my Nexus 10 tablet, which doesn't have cell connectivity. I also like being able to work away from Wifi networks, e.g. outside, or at my local coffee shop (which only offers expensive paid Wifi). While I could always just download the file in question to my tablet's memory, it would be much more convenient if I could "favorite" it (Dropbox-style) in AeroFS and thereby have an offline copy, at least until I can connect again (even if I can't yet upload changes back to my computer.) Still, lots of potential here.