Files United for Mac

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A fast, practical and very easy-to-use application specially designed to help you share files and folders with your iOS devices

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If you need to share multiple files or entire folders with your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch using your WiFi network, then Files United is the application you need.

Files United is a lightweight, clean and user-friendly application that enables you to quickly and effortlessly share numerous files and folders with your iOS devices. To transfer a group of files from your Mac’s hard disk to your mobile phone or tablet, you just have to drag and drop them onto Files United’s main window.

Additionally, you can click on the “Plus” button and manually select the files you want to send to your iOS device. During the file transfer process you can keep track of the percentage of the data transferred so far.

What is more, you can share entire folders with an iOS of your choice. First you have to choose the folder you want to share and use your mobile device to browse through all sub-folders and copy or preview various types of files.

Files United’s transfer speed is pretty impressive too. It took less than 2 minutes to transfer a 400MB video from our Mac to an iPhone 4s. Clearly, these values might change according to your Mac’s configuration, WiFi router specs and iOS device.

Thanks to Files United, you can easily and comfortably enjoy most of your digital content on your mobile device without using cloud services or an USB cable. Share your Home folder and gain access to all your files, documents, photos, videos and audio files directly from your iOS device’s screen.

Files United was reviewed by George Popescu
Last updated on February 6th, 2014
Files United - You can drag and drop on Files United's main window the files you want to share with your iOS deice.Files United - From Files United's you can choose the folder you want to share with your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.Files United - In order to access the shared folder from your iOS device, you need to accept the access request.

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