Kill Your Cable Clutter with MobCable for Android!
Thanks to XDA forum member jkolner who has let us know about a simple an powerful app designed to let you you access your phone’s storage from anywhere using the magic of the cloud. This application lets you view the files remotely via a web browser, download a zip with many files at once, and even view thumbnails before you decide on downloading.
Not convinced yet? In order to sweeten the pot, the app can even use your local WiFi connection to transfer files directly if they are on the same LAN. According to the app’s Market listing:
Access your files from everywhere. MobCable is a simple and powerful tool, designed to let you access the content from your phone’s storage, from everywhere.
* View content from your phone, using a web browser.
* Works even without a Wi-Fi connection.
* Download, upload files or delete files on your phone.
* Download zip files, with multiple files.
* Supports file transfers, without Wi-Fi connection.
* Auto detects if your phone is available, using local Wi-Fi connection.
* View thumbnails, before downloading files.
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