FlexiHub revolutionary USB sharing tool is available for Mac OS X

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  1. allantodd8, Jan 8, 2016
    Last edited: Jan 8, 2016

    allantodd8 macrumors regular


    Oct 24, 2011
    Great news from Eltima Software! We released a new version of our revolutionary FlexiHub! It is now available for Mac OS X too. New version features a sleek interface with simple and comprehensive design.

    FlexiHub is an essential USB ports sharing solution. It doesn't matter where the shared devices are: in another room or across the road or even across the Atlantic - you can access and work with them as if they were physically connected to your computer. FlexiHub allows effective management of remote devices, connection and disconnection don't require physical presence at the port.


    One of the main features of FlexiHub that makes it so much more convenient and efficient compared to other solutions is your own account where you can manage all connections from any spot of the world.

    FlexiHub offers free 20-minute session with a remote device for each user. Flexible subscription plans are created to satisfy any requirement for a convenient work with remote device – be it a webcam, printer, USB dongle, or else.

    Some of great benefits you get with FlexiHub:
    • It can send traffic through its own Redirection Server, so your computers don’t need a real IP address;
    • Secure 256-bit SSL encryption for connections. Your data is safe and can’t be intercepted;
    • Traffic compression. Can reduce Internet traffic and increase the speed of interaction with certain types of devices;
    • It is cross-platform with Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X (10.9-10.10) supported.
    And one more – everyone may try FlexiHub. It is free to create an account and to get a 20-minutes sharing session. Check it out for yourself and if you decide that you need subscription without any limits, we are happy to provide you with 20% discount. Just use coupon code: FHMR20

    If you would like to know more about FlexiHub or any other Eltima product, please don't hesitate to contact me. My e-mail address is doriss.lane(at) eltima (dot) com.

    Learn more about FlexiHub on the official website:
  2. allantodd8 thread starter macrumors regular


    Oct 24, 2011
    You may try FlexiHub any time with several free version limitations:
    • link only two (2) nodes* simultaneously;
    • share only one (1) USB device per account.
    • continuous USB connection is limited to twenty (20) minutes. Once this period is over, you can reconnect after a twenty-minute interval.
  3. allantodd8 thread starter macrumors regular


    Oct 24, 2011
    Great news for all Mac users - Eltima released FlexiHub 2.5 with El Capitan support!
    The tool to share USB ports over the network confirms proper work on OS X 10.11.

    Try it now with 20% discount! Just don't forget to use the coupon code FHMR20.
  4. allantodd8 thread starter macrumors regular


    Oct 24, 2011
    Great news!!!

    FlexiHub 3.0 has been released! The main feature of this update is:

    The ability to invite other FlexiHub users to access your device.

    This added feature revolutionized the way devices are shared with Flexihub. It allows sharing of devices between two users. You simply send the invitation via Flexihub interface and that’s it.

    It also came with optimized network traffic between server and client, full support of macOS 10.12 Sierra and improved interface.

    Don't forget to use the coupon code FHMR20.
  5. allantodd8 thread starter macrumors regular


    Oct 24, 2011
    As you know, the latest MacBook was released without the standart USB-A port. It has USB-C, but most of our peripherals are still connected via USB-A ports. FlexiHub allows you to access the devices connected to an old USB ports on other computers in your network. Even though your MacBook you can use any number of USB devices.

    Here's how it works:
    1. You need to download FlexiHub on both your own computer with existing ports and install the macOS version to the MacBook Pro which will access these ports.

    2. Follow the instructions to create a FlexiHub account – it is absolutely free.

    3. Sign in using your newly created login and password.

    4. Now, go to the remote computer to share a USB port there, for the ports you don't want to share press the 'Lock' button. If you need to unlock the device, press 'Unlock' button. Use ‘Connect’ button to access the USB 2.0 from MacBook.
    That’s it! You can use remote USB device as if it were plugged in directly to the MacBook. USB-C ports are also supported in FlexiHub.

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