Discover

Discover$0.00 from mAPPn, Inc. Discover

Discover is a mobile file manager application that allows you to manage, store, view and transfer files with other computers or iPhones, within the same Wi-Fi network. It also allows you to access local or public servers on the Internet, both within or without Wi-Fi connections.

Features

–Wireless flash drive

Instantly convert your iPhone to a wireless Flash Drive without the use of a cable. Simply connect your iPhone to your computer’s Internet browsers such as IE, FireFox, Safari, Finder for the Mac OS, or the WebDAV clients such as Transmit. With an IP address that Discover provides, you can easily upload or download the files between the computer and iPhone.

–Sharing files with your friends over the air

Want to share pictures or documents with your friends in class, at a party or in a conference? Our “Nearby” function can detect other iPhones in close proximity and enable you to share files with them via Wi-Fi networks. If you choose to add the MobileMe service, Discover can support the emailing of files from your actual iPhone.

–Multi-format file reader

Dicover contains a Multi-format files viewer that allow you to view documents, code, audio, video, photos, and more. Special features, such as bookmarks, would easily allow you to read while on-the-go. In addition, Discover also now supports the formats docx, xlsx, and pptx.

–Access local and public server

Discover allows you to access your MobileMe iDisk server and Discover servers from local networks or the Internet. Once you are connected to your server, you can then upload/download files between your server and your iPhone. The Discover server application can be downloaded at http://www.mappn.com/community/

About MobileMe iDisk Access

MobileMe iDisk is a service provided by Apple that helps you store, access, and share files online as well as access them in any computer. Now with Discover, you can access your iDisk server right from your iPhone! Upload, download and even share them with your friends via email!

A free 60-day trial of the Apple MobileMe service is available at http://www.me.com.

About Discover Server:

In addition to allowing you to access your remotely hosted files like iDisk, the Discover server further enables you to access both private or open, as well as local and public, file hosting services on the Internet or local networks.

Public access:

With your public IP address published, your friends, colleagues, visitors, clients, or business partners will be able to access your files stored in your public Discover Server, which can be located in your home, office or other provided hosting.

Local access:

Within local networks such as your campus, office or home, your colleagues or classmates can automatically detect your local Discover Server, list file folders, and download files through “Nearby” at Discover.

The Discover Server for MAC OS can now be downloaded at http://www.mappn.com/community/

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