cPanel Web Disk

cPanel Web Disk


cPanel Web Disk is fast, easy to use, and it provides yet another way to connect to your cPanel account, providing you with access to your remote storage directly from Android mobile devices. Web Hosting Providers running cPanel & WHM 11.34 or higher with the option on their servers, are able to provide you with cPanel Web Disk access using this full featured mobile application provided by cPanel, Inc.




Features

Add, move, view and delete files on your cPanel Web Disk account
Download files and store to sdcard, depending on local device storage capacity
Upload images or video from local storage, gallery, or directly from camera
Email local files as attachments, remote files can be sent as links
Extract, compress, password protect local files and folders
Bookmark frequently accessed areas on your account
Built-in browser to download files from the Web to local storage
Record audio files using built in voice recorder, save locally for upload
Built-in ePUB reader (non DRM)
File management options using familiar touch and hold or swipe gestures
Support for “Open with...” to open documents in other apps
Support for Wake-on-LAN
Support for playback of FLAC and OGG formats

Support for cPanel Powered Servers by including the port number in the URL
( SSL: https://yourdomain:2078 - Non-SSL: http://yourdomain:2077 )

Online Documentation: http://go.cpanel.net/webdiskmobile

Recent changes:
New built-in PDF reader supported on certain handsets
Added support for playback of FLAC and OGG formats
Changed sdcard upload to start in the app download folder
Add to list
Free
81
4.1
User ratings
451
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
1
File size
5168 kb
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About cPanel Web Disk
cPanel Web Disk is fast, easy to use, and it provides yet another way to connect to your cPanel account, providing you with access to your remote storage directly from Android mobile devices. Web Hosting Providers running cPanel & WHM 11.34 or higher with the option on their servers, are able to provide you with cPanel Web Disk access using this full featured mobile application provided by cPanel, Inc.




Features

Add, move, view and delete files on your cPanel Web Disk account
Download files and store to sdcard, depending on local device storage capacity
Upload images or video from local storage, gallery, or directly from camera
Email local files as attachments, remote files can be sent as links
Extract, compress, password protect local files and folders
Bookmark frequently accessed areas on your account
Built-in browser to download files from the Web to local storage
Record audio files using built in voice recorder, save locally for upload
Built-in ePUB reader (non DRM)
File management options using familiar touch and hold or swipe gestures
Support for “Open with...” to open documents in other apps
Support for Wake-on-LAN
Support for playback of FLAC and OGG formats

Support for cPanel Powered Servers by including the port number in the URL
( SSL: https://yourdomain:2078 - Non-SSL: http://yourdomain:2077 )

Online Documentation: http://go.cpanel.net/webdiskmobile

Recent changes:
New built-in PDF reader supported on certain handsets
Added support for playback of FLAC and OGG formats
Changed sdcard upload to start in the app download folder

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Thursday 12:18 PM
I can't download the app :( (Googles fault but I punish youuu)
A Google User
Aug 11, 2015
Fantastic! it works flawlessly, easy, fast and reliable!
A Google User
Jul 14, 2015
Does what it says but could do more. An option to add it as a sync account in Android and ability to select which folders to sync in app would be awesome.
A Google User
Jul 10, 2015
Very Good Web Disk Software Good design, easy to use, but I prefer ES File Explore app.
A Google User
Jul 1, 2015
Didn't Work Tried app on two different devices ànd couldn't log in on either