Air Share

TechIsCool

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Jul 13, 2008
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Hey just wanted to let everyone know that this just came out... and well im not the dev but its free and it file management and well its nice and easy
Air Sharing

Category: Productivity
Released: Sep 08, 2008
Price: Free

Just a Heads up that everyone should just try it out

EDIT: I Searched and could not find it wtf well sorry for the old post then just thought it was cool
 

JL7

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Hello, Day Old News, TechIsCool would like to cancel his subscription, he will be giving his business to Behind The Times. Thank you
 

rKunda

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This app is sweet. I had to be a cheapskate and buy MobileFinder. Fail.

AirSharing works flawlessly so far, and has a great interface.
 

tweaks

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Hey just wanted to let everyone know that this just came out... and well im not the dev but its free and it file management and well its nice and easy
Air Sharing

Category: Productivity
Released: Sep 08, 2008
Price: Free

Just a Heads up that everyone should just try it out

EDIT: I Searched and could not find it wtf well sorry for the old post then just thought it was cool
I didnt hear about it.. thanks man!
 

OneMike

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I didn't hear about this either and probably wouldn't have if not for this thread. thanks
 

thatdude90210

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Oct 12, 2007
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Thanks, I didn't know about this app. I was considering Datacase, but this free introductory price is nice.
 

stiphone

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Mar 15, 2008
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This is a great App. I just downloaded it and tried it out. Works flawlessly. Wished I would have hold on a little longer before i bought DataCase. This is free though. Would love to have the option to read Open Office documents too. Great find!! Thanks.
 

MadGoat

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Where does it keep the files you drag over?
One thing you have to remember. Each app lives in its own little container, so the files are stored within the app's own application folder.

these files cannot see or be seen by any other app.

So in order to access the files, you do so through the app or pull them via wi-fi from the app.
 

sushi

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Giving it a quick try this evening.

I like the folder organization. I like that being able to wirelessly sync between multiple platforms is nice.

Regarding large Excel files, it looks like FileMagnet is definitely better.