On Air (Wifi Disk)

On Air (Wifi Disk)


On Air allows you to easily transfer files over your Wi-Fi connection by accessing it as if were a drive, from within your Finder.

Third beta: currently Mac is supported through AppleTalk,
Windows and Linux are supported through WebDAV or FTP.

Please send your feedback via [email protected]
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Free
75
3.8
User ratings
1462
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
0
File size
904 kb
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About On Air (Wifi Disk)
On Air allows you to easily transfer files over your Wi-Fi connection by accessing it as if were a drive, from within your Finder.

Third beta: currently Mac is supported through AppleTalk,
Windows and Linux are supported through WebDAV or FTP.

Please send your feedback via [email protected]

User reviews of On Air (Wifi Disk)
Works superbly with Gnome/Nautilus, FileZilla and gFTP. Way to go. :-)
Jul 19, 2011
Brilliant -- one less reason to have to plug your phone into your computer(s)!!
May 12, 2011
Works like a champ. Having a background option or the ability to advertise the AFP share or have an unprotected shared would be my only additions. Keep up the great work!
Jan 20, 2011
Works great on Ubuntu with nautilus. You can add, remove, rename files and folders just as though you were on your local drive. Assign a fixed IP to the phone, declare it in /etc/hosts, bookmark the ftp connection in nautilus - all you'll ever need to do to connect is to enter the 4-digit password!
Jan 4, 2011
Works great after I installed the desktop FTP application on my Windows 7 OS laptop--nice look and easy to use too! If you are having trouble, look at the "About" details.
Dec 11, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Nov 3, 2014
Won't turn off Also only shows an IPv6 address. Used on Android 4.4.2
A Google User
Aug 8, 2014
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A Google User
Aug 8, 2014
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A Google User
Aug 6, 2014
Worthless Tried the fxp trick as per another user (i.e., NOT app instructions) and no luck. Cool idea, but absolutely no help whatsoever. all you who say that people are too lazy to figure it out are sad human beings. Uninstalled.
A Google User
Feb 15, 2014
Connect to what? It shows me to connect to afp://onair@fe80::c662:eaff:fe3f:8d34%wlan0:5548... and the rest falls off the screen. This is as user-unfriendly as it gets!