DS finder

DS finder


*You must own a Synology NAS to run this app*

DS finder makes it easy to monitor the status of your DiskStation on the go, as well as start up the DiskStation remotely. IT professionals can receive important system notifications about their DiskStation instantly, or use it to locate the DiskStation in massive server rooms with the built-in buzzer. If you need to do any troubleshooting, you can email out the DiskStation’s network/storage info directly from the Android device.

With DS finder for Android, you can:
-Search all the DiskStations within the local area network
-Monitor the current status of your DiskStation
-Receive system push notification from DiskStation on the “Favorite” list. (DSM 4.0 is required)
-Locate a DiskStation with its built-in buzzer
-Start up the DiskStation remotely with WOL function
-Email out the DiskStation’s network/storage info directly from your device
-Supports HTTPS for secure connection
-Encrypted login over HTTP without SSL
-All features available with DSM 5.0 and onwards
-Supported on Android 2.3 and onwards

What's new?
-Login with QuickConnect is now available (DSM 5.0 required)
-It’s now possible to “verify the certificate” installed on the DiskStation for an even more secure connection
-Minor bug fixes

Recent changes:
- Minor bug fixes
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Free
83
4.2
User ratings
1531
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
1
File size
3518 kb
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About DS finder
*You must own a Synology NAS to run this app*

DS finder makes it easy to monitor the status of your DiskStation on the go, as well as start up the DiskStation remotely. IT professionals can receive important system notifications about their DiskStation instantly, or use it to locate the DiskStation in massive server rooms with the built-in buzzer. If you need to do any troubleshooting, you can email out the DiskStation’s network/storage info directly from the Android device.

With DS finder for Android, you can:
-Search all the DiskStations within the local area network
-Monitor the current status of your DiskStation
-Receive system push notification from DiskStation on the “Favorite” list. (DSM 4.0 is required)
-Locate a DiskStation with its built-in buzzer
-Start up the DiskStation remotely with WOL function
-Email out the DiskStation’s network/storage info directly from your device
-Supports HTTPS for secure connection
-Encrypted login over HTTP without SSL
-All features available with DSM 5.0 and onwards
-Supported on Android 2.3 and onwards

What's new?
-Login with QuickConnect is now available (DSM 5.0 required)
-It’s now possible to “verify the certificate” installed on the DiskStation for an even more secure connection
-Minor bug fixes

Recent changes:
- Minor bug fixes

User reviews of DS finder
WOL does not work via LAN and remotely. I wrote Synology about this issue. They wrote back. They will repair this known issue as soon as possible !
Oct 5, 2011
WOL does not work. Using DSM 3.2-1922.
Sep 22, 2011
This app does not remember your Synology password. The password needs to be added everytime you run this. Other Synology apps have this ability to remember passwords. WOL does not work. [HTC Desire running Android 2.3.3]
Sep 10, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Nov 15, 2014
Ok It does what it should but needs a big design change and more features
A Google User
Nov 14, 2014
Looks old and tired. I love my DiskStation but the UI of this app is very stale now.
A Google User
Nov 14, 2014
Menu button of shame Works perfectly, but that menu button of shame ... yuck
A Google User
Nov 12, 2014
No menu button. Samsung took away our menu button from the s5. So now I can't get access to the apps menu.
A Google User
Nov 7, 2014
Not working. Doesn't have an options menu on the samsung galaxy note 4. The buttons layout is different than the note 2 which I upgraded from. Synology needs to update the app to allow a touch screen options button otherwise this app is useless because you can't restart, shutdown or pull up a desktop view to actually control your Nas as was possible on the note 2.