Share via HTTP - File Transfer

Share via HTTP - File Transfer


The easiest way to share files from your Android to any device!

Just choose one or more files.

This app will open an HTTP server in which anyone can download the file.

You can also, from any Android app, click on "share" and "Share via HTTP".

The link will always be your phone's IP address on port 9999. Example: http://10.1.1.100:9999/

If you choose just one file, the link will transfer the file itself. If you choose many files, a ZIP containing all the chosen files will be generated on the fly. That means you will not have to wait nor space on you device will be used. If you share a contact, a vCard will be generated on the fly.

After sharing a file though any program, you can later click on "Share Containing Folder" to share the whole folder in which the file is located. (only for supported file URIs)

It is of course possible to have multiple users downloading at the same time!

If you have a Barcode Scanner, a QR CODE of the URL will be generated.

This app is open source. Grab the source and the APK at https://github.com/marcosdiez/shareviahttp

It is by the way possible to share APPs with this software if used together with AppSender ( https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.genmy5han.appsender )

The amazing new UI was done by Stefan M.

Recent changes:
v2.00:
- This app finally has an App icon, so one can pick which files will be sent. Google Drive and DropBox files can be shared as well.
- Material Design
- bugfix: open containing folder works on Lollipop and KitKat

v1.12
- proper support for IPv6
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Free
87
4.4
User ratings
475
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
1
File size
1071 kb
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About Share via HTTP - File Transfer
The easiest way to share files from your Android to any device!

Just choose one or more files.

This app will open an HTTP server in which anyone can download the file.

You can also, from any Android app, click on "share" and "Share via HTTP".

The link will always be your phone's IP address on port 9999. Example: http://10.1.1.100:9999/

If you choose just one file, the link will transfer the file itself. If you choose many files, a ZIP containing all the chosen files will be generated on the fly. That means you will not have to wait nor space on you device will be used. If you share a contact, a vCard will be generated on the fly.

After sharing a file though any program, you can later click on "Share Containing Folder" to share the whole folder in which the file is located. (only for supported file URIs)

It is of course possible to have multiple users downloading at the same time!

If you have a Barcode Scanner, a QR CODE of the URL will be generated.

This app is open source. Grab the source and the APK at https://github.com/marcosdiez/shareviahttp

It is by the way possible to share APPs with this software if used together with AppSender ( https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.genmy5han.appsender )

The amazing new UI was done by Stefan M.

Recent changes:
v2.00:
- This app finally has an App icon, so one can pick which files will be sent. Google Drive and DropBox files can be shared as well.
- Material Design
- bugfix: open containing folder works on Lollipop and KitKat

v1.12
- proper support for IPv6

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 1, 2015
Good and fast I love and it's free
A Google User
Jun 22, 2015
five stars get
A Google User
Jun 19, 2015
It simply does what it supposed to do. Thanks.
A Google User
Jun 8, 2015
Great way to send limited file access. Nice to limit only a few files over the network. Also see ext sd card! On lollipop. Glad it's been updated to the new storage framework api for lollipop. The ext sd card is worth something again. More power to the developer.
A Google User
Apr 27, 2015
Good Good but if we are able to pick and choose any file and not just from gallery/recent files, it would have been better..