26 Feb

WiFi Touchpad File Browser allows you to share files via WiFi and is released by PreNewbieSV.

This application allows you to share your Touchpad over your local WiFi. It opens up an IP address from which you can copy files to and from the Touchpad using your internet browser on your computer.

As far as the application is concerned there is nothing too much to it. An instruction page and a button to start the sharing. The main area of the screen is used to show the files that are being copied and viewed.

It is true that you can plug in your Touchpad via the USB and copy the files using the file management on the computer. However, this application is great if you are at a friends and they want an image or file from the Touchpad, you can quickly share the file without the need for cables or special set up.

Most the work for moving the application will be done on the internet browser on your computer. This is easy enough to browser and use as long as you have some ideas what the Touchpad’s file structure is like, and if you are using Homebrew, then you more than likely do.

The user interface is basic, but simple to use.

On the upside:

  • Easy to set up for file sharing, with all the instructions in app.
  • Press start and share.

On the downside:

  • Very basic user interface.
  • You will need to know a little about the Touchpad file structure to find something.

Overall, this is a good file management tool. The design is basic and there is nothing fancy about this at all. However, it does the job. If you want to move files from your PC or Mac to and from your Touchpad via WiFi this application lets you browser and move the files simply and easily.

Rating: 75%

Size: 3.5 MB

Price (at time of review): Free

Link: WiFi Touchpad File Browser – PreNewbieSV

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Posted by on February 26, 2012 in App - Life Style, Homebrew, Reviews, Touchpad, webOS


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