Monday, March 5th 2012

Thecus Announces Thecus-Disk App: iPhone-based NAS Management

Thecus already deployed a couple of mobile applications: Thecus Dashboard for remote monitoring and ThecusShare for media streaming. With Thecus-Disk, Thecus releases multi-purpose, simple and powerful new software in order to facilitate file browsing, management and access from your mobile device.

Manage, watch and download
After logging in, you’ll have access to all your shared folders and contents. Once there, everything is possible: copy, paste, rename, delete, and create a new folder. The way the file is consulted depends on its nature: PDF can be downloaded, movies can be streamed, and pictures can be viewed.

With the deep download feature, it’s even easier to get an offline access to your files: select a folder, touch on deep download and the NAS will start sending everything to your mobile device! When reactivated, this smart feature only downloads what’s new on the NAS to save time and bandwidth.

Email sharing and iTunes sync
Applications are endless: watch movies on your tablet at home, bring important files to meetings with you, and browse family pictures…

To be even more comprehensive, ThecusDisk allows you to attach your files using the iOS email client: just tap and send!

And, for iTunes users, it’s also possible to use the “File Sharing” feature in order to transfer files in or out from a computer or another iOS device.

Thecus is constantly working on new features and improvements. Stay tuned for more functions!

DOWNLOAD: Thecus-Disk (iTunes Store, free software).
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FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
I believe the number of Android users outnumber the number of iphone users. but at the same time 'business people' most likely have iphones because their company either gives them one or network providers have being going into over drive here and bundling them with cheap 12-24month contracts.

It would be cool if Thecus made the same app for an android based handset.
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