ezShare 1.0.1 now available

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by Antecea, Apr 24, 2009.

  1. Antecea macrumors newbie

    Mar 21, 2009
    Sick of the tons of File Sharing apps that do the same thing?
    We think you may actually find this one different ...

    Access files on
    1. Your Home or Work Desktop/Laptop,
    2. Airport Extreme or Time Capsule (SMB)
    3. FTP Server,
    4. WebDav server (ex. MobileMe iDisk),
    5. Google Docs/Picasa.

    Away from the office?
    VPN in to your corporate network and connect to your computer.

    Easy To Setup:
    On the Deskop/Laptop:
    * You don't need to download or install any software
    * In Windows, its as easy as right clicking a folder and sharing it
    * MAC OSX is supported out of the box

    In ezShare:
    * In-app wizard to assist in the initial setup
    * Search for additional computers on the local network

    Data mobility :
    Wirelessly transfer files from one computer to another.

    Data Storage :
    Wirelessly store files on ezShare.

    Document Viewer :
    View MS Office, PDF, Text and Image files (standard iPhone formats). Scroll or Jump to a page in a PDF document.

    File Compression :
    Zip folders. Unzip and browse zip files.

    Audio Streaming :
    Stream audio (standard iPhone formats)

    Video Player :
    Download and watch video's (standard iPhone formats)

    Print Files :
    Do you have a MAC and a printer?
    ezShare can print any of your remote documents or pictures.

    Currently supported protocols include:
    * CIFS / SMB
    * FTP
    * NFS
    * WEBDAV

    See the FAQ on our website or Contact us: ezshare at antecea.com and we will do our best to assist you with your questions.

    Check out the ezShare videos at www.antecea.com
  2. srl7741 macrumors 68020


    Jan 19, 2008
    In my world
  3. -aggie- macrumors P6


    Jun 19, 2009
    Where bunnies are welcome.
    Has anyone used EZShare Lite? All it seems to be able to do is view the file name on my computer. You can't copy it to the iPhone, nor can you open the file (word, excel, pdf, etc.). What's the point of the Lite version, if you can't do anything?
  4. Andrew Henry macrumors 6502a

    Mar 4, 2008
    I never used the "Lite" version, but I do have the full version, and it's awesome, I'd highly recommend buying it, as long as you read the documentation it's very easy to understand and setup!

  5. Antecea thread starter macrumors newbie

    Mar 21, 2009
    ezShare LITE

    ezShare LITE is basically a WebDav client and server. There are no restrictions when accessing iDisk, box.net, filesanywhere or other WebDav servers.

    It also demos the other protocols so people can test them before getting the paid version. We thought this is a fair way for people to test the product before putting their money down.
  6. Lycian macrumors newbie

    Mar 5, 2010
    i also had ezShare Files 1.1 -as it is said in appstore-. and all day long i tried to use the app. simply, it doesn't work as it is advertised. it just deosn't work.

    when i connect to PC it shows the folders and you get into the folders and see the list of files. but when you tap on the files it just shows a dialog box indicating file's name,it's size, and type. but it "never opens" any file! not even a simple TEXT file. nor a simple JPEG image. i also tried MS Word, Adobe PDF and some other types. but ezShare can't view them.

    additionally there is no option to copy the files of PC to the iPhone. what ezShare does is just to show the list of files. if you can't view a file and copy it down to your iPhone from PC, what is this app usefull for?

    as -aggie- said above , this app just shows a list of files that are on the PC. i will remove it.
  7. Antecea thread starter macrumors newbie

    Mar 21, 2009

    The free version (ezShare files) lets you see the files as a way to test your network compatibility with the App. You need to purchase either the Pro or Elite In-App purchase to use the remote servers (view files, copy, download etc).

    You can also download ezShare Pro (different app) and it will work without any in-app purchase for remote file access.
  8. Lycian macrumors newbie

    Mar 5, 2010
    thanks for the reply.

    but you should have state this info on the appStore page. i tried for hours.

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