Diskovery - WiFi File Transfer

Diskovery - WiFi File Transfer


Diskovery lets you browse and transfer your device files on your Mac over the WiFi. You don't need to plug in any usb cable anymore, you just need to be connected on the same local WiFi network and your device will appear in your Mac OS X Finder. Then you can start browsing and transferring your files!

You can then browse and transfer your files, open your Photos, Documents, Music, Video or just any file you like.

You will have access to the Internal Memory and any SD Card connected to your device.

Write support to transfer create, delete, rename files and folders on your device storage is available through in-app purchase.

Please note this is only working with a Mac for now. Windows and Linux users, please be patient, we are working on a solution so you'll be able to enjoy Diskovery on your PC very soon.

How to use it:
✓ Be sure both of your phone/tablet are connected on the same WiFi network;
✓ Open Diskovery and setup a username and a password;
✓ On your Mac, open the Finder and click on your device on the left sidebar;
✓ Click "Connect As" and enter your username and password;
✓ You can now start to browser and transfer files over the WiFi!

Additional Keywords: File, Air, Wireless, WiFi, Droid, Transfer, Sharing, Explorer, Browser, Manager, NAS, SAMBA, SMB, FTP, Server, Bonjour, jmDNS.

Recent changes:
2013/10/08
✓ Highly reduced battery usage.

2013/09/26
✓ Fixed an issue with detection of some SD Cards.
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Installs
5,000+
Concerns
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File size
1558 kb
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About Diskovery - WiFi File Transfer
Diskovery lets you browse and transfer your device files on your Mac over the WiFi. You don't need to plug in any usb cable anymore, you just need to be connected on the same local WiFi network and your device will appear in your Mac OS X Finder. Then you can start browsing and transferring your files!

You can then browse and transfer your files, open your Photos, Documents, Music, Video or just any file you like.

You will have access to the Internal Memory and any SD Card connected to your device.

Write support to transfer create, delete, rename files and folders on your device storage is available through in-app purchase.

Please note this is only working with a Mac for now. Windows and Linux users, please be patient, we are working on a solution so you'll be able to enjoy Diskovery on your PC very soon.

How to use it:
✓ Be sure both of your phone/tablet are connected on the same WiFi network;
✓ Open Diskovery and setup a username and a password;
✓ On your Mac, open the Finder and click on your device on the left sidebar;
✓ Click "Connect As" and enter your username and password;
✓ You can now start to browser and transfer files over the WiFi!

Additional Keywords: File, Air, Wireless, WiFi, Droid, Transfer, Sharing, Explorer, Browser, Manager, NAS, SAMBA, SMB, FTP, Server, Bonjour, jmDNS.

Recent changes:
2013/10/08
✓ Highly reduced battery usage.

2013/09/26
✓ Fixed an issue with detection of some SD Cards.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 30, 2015
It works but It works fine on Snow Leopard, but it doesn't show external card. Android Lollipop Motorola g2.
A Google User
Jun 25, 2015
I can't connect with a password. The device appears in finder. I put in my username and password, but I get the message: "The version of the server you are trying to connect to is not supported". However if I select "allow guest users" and connect as a guest, then it works and I can see all my files. I'm running Yosemite 10.10.1 and Android 5.0.2
A Google User
Mar 19, 2015
Works great File transfer to the device feels a bit slow, but integration with Yosemite is seamless
A Google User
Mar 17, 2015
Can't see my SD card for on Moto G
A Google User
Jan 21, 2015
It works! It lets me browse the files on my phone from my computer as though it was any ordinary attached drive. I like the full integration with the Mac OS. However it only works when I enable guest accounts. I wish it would work with the username and password option, as I only I am able to use it on my home network otherwise anyone could connect. It gets 5 stars when authenticated user connections are working.