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FTP Server



FTP Server

by SavySoda

★★★ The Free Version of WiFi FTP with Ad Support ★★★

From the makers of the critically acclaimed WiFi Hard Drive and the #1 Business App on iTunes - Documents. Comes WiFi FTP.

WiFi FTP Turns your iPhone and iPod into a Wireless FTP Server. You can now copy multiple files, folders, or entire hard drives to your iPhone and access this information anywhere. Leave your USB keys behind, your iPhone and IPT can do all that and MORE!

WiFi FTP is:

- SUPER RELIABLE (unlike other FTP apps)

- EASY TO USE (single button click)

- SUPER FAST (copies GIGS of data in minutes)

WiFi FTP is the ultimate FTP Server for your iPhone. It's not only reliable and easy to use but it even lets you view files straight on your iPhone after uploading. Its compatible with all FTP clients including standard OSX Finder and Windows Explorer. Copy files immediately.

WiFi FTP lets you:

- COPY Files

- VIEW Files

- BACKUP Files

- EVEN EDIT *some* Files (txt, csv)

All you need to do is:

1. start WiFi FTP on your iPod or iPhone.

2. Click the ON button

3. connect to supplied IP using ANY ftp client (inc Explorer / Finder)

That's it. Now you have all your documents, movies, music, homework, ANYTHING on your phone!

And best of all it's only 99c permanently.

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What's New in Version 4.0

- iOS 4.0 support
- iPad support

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Rated 1/5 based on 3 customer reviews.


0/5 stars

Couldn't Connect

I tried to use this but couldn't get any FTP clients to connect. I am technically inclined so I don't think I was at fault here, FTP isn't rocket science.


0/5 stars

Bad docs

Horrible online documentation

3/5 stars

Works good for me

iPhone 4 connects fine...use port 2121...it's the default!

Worked well with Filezilla client.

-1 star because no password authentication is supported

-1 because I wish I could access my picture folder!!!!

Do you best to fix this soon!


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