Title:Remotely Version:1.0.0 Developer:Graceful Construction, LLC Category:Utilities Sub category:File Management Downloads:8486
Rate 91% (Votes 3533)
Short description: Access your desktop computer, browse & share your files.
Updated? Previous version had problems with install to 10.14.3...
Shirm, Yes, everything is fine here
Let me know if you need any help Added changes
Please fix it download link zmrn9.Remotely.1.0.0.dmg
sckmdck, Sorry, fixed
Good! :) found !
Finally found a long forgotten site!)
Wow, on Lion started and works
Remotely allows you to connect your iPhone to your home or work Mac from anywhere and browse all of your files. No port forwarding or configuration required. Never be without that important file- just connect to your Mac; browse (or search) for the file you want; view, share, or even download it. Remotely also provides quick and easy access to your most recently accessed files - see recent and flagged files from the Remotely menubar menu.
- Hassle-free configuration. Install the helper on your Mac, open Remotely for iOS and bam, your Mac is there. No ports to forward or firewall exceptions to configure. I won’t say it’s magic but it’s magic.
- Access most recently opened and flagged files from the menubar.
- Browse folders & volumes as if you were sitting in front of your computer. Documents, Downloads, Desktop, Music, Photos, Devices… it’s all there.
- View all types of files. Office, iWork, PDF, crazy video formats like mkv or whatever. There’s a full list on the website.
- Download files for offline viewing. In case your Mac isn’t available, or you’re in a tunnel or on an airplane or in the desert and you need that super important document.
- Email your files as binary attachments, or share them however you like using the native iOS share pop up thingy.
- Crazy secure. Your device is connected directly to your Mac over an encrypted connection. Your files are not traveling through someone else’s server, ever.
- Full Spotlight search with file type filtering. Again, just like you are sitting in front of your Mac.