Tuesday, 7 September 2010

WiFi File Explorer On Facebook!


Those of you that know my personally are aware that I am not the biggest fan of Facebook.  I won't go into all the reasons here, but let's just say that I find using it like being in a noisy pub where everyone is shouting at the top of their voice about their own private business.

Anyway, I am not here to rant, but rather to try and promote a new Facebook page I have just created for WiFi File Explorer (link here and also a box underneath the Pages box on the right hand side of this blog).  The idea is to spread the word about WiFi File Explorer and to keep users (and potential users) up-to-date on the latest developments and updates.  It's VERY sparse at the moment as I have literally just set it up, but I intend to keep it well lubricated with content.  So please help to get it going and pulsating with your involvement by writing on the wall and starting discussions about how much you all love WiFi File Explorer and what fantastic new ideas you guys have for me to implement ;)

So please take a look at it and click the Like button.  And if you know anyone else that has an Android phone that would benefit from having this application (and let's face it, everyone can benefit from WiFi File Explorer ;) ), then don't forget to share it with them and help me to get every Facebook user with an Android phone to download at least the free copy of WiFi File Explorer.

Oh, and by the way ... password protection is nearly finished and should be updated this weekend :)

7 comments:

  1. Thank you for the EXCELLENT app. This is exactly what I have been looking for. As a future enhancement would you consider creating a PC based Java client where we can queue up the files we want transfered and just let it go on its own? It could be a companion piece to your current WiFi Explorer but having the Java client pass the URL with parameters to your server (or however it works - I'm not a developer). Thanks again.

    Cheers

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  2. That's a pretty good idea ... it'll go on my to-do list.

    Don't forget to click Like on the Facebook page and spread the word to your other Android using friends :)

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  3. One more thought (sorry to be needy). As a future enhancement perhaps you could add an option to start the WiFi server automagically once it detects that it is plugged into the wall. Personally, when I get home I plug my phone in downstairs and my computer is upstairs. If your explorer came on automatically once I plug it in to be charged I wouldn't have to run back downstairs once I remembers I wanted to transfer something (yes, I'm lazy). Anyway, just a thought.

    Cheers again.

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  4. I'm in Asia so there is no way for me to buy the Pro version. Is there any alternative that I can pay via PayPal?

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  5. Yes, SlideMe now accepts PayPal as a payment method :)

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  6. As I said, I'm an Asia. We can't see paid apps on the Market.I've checked on Market and AppBrain and no results for SlideMe.

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  7. SlideMe should be available worldwide and accepts PayPal.

    http://slideme.org/application/wifi-file-explorer-pro

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