Wednesday, September 24, 2014

NAS File Explorer

NAS File Explorer?

Ever wanted to browse and manage files stored on your NAS with your iOS® and Android™ mobile device? The free NAS File Explorer app is right for you.

Manage multiple NAS

Add as many NAS units in the NAS File Explorer and conveniently connect to any of them in the log-in page.

Easy file management

The file thumbnails help you easily identify the file type at a glance. You can move, copy, rename or delete files on the NAS without computer required.

Main menu

Easily check file transfer status and shared files, upload files, and stream content from the NAS to DLNA/AirPlay devices.

Stream multimedia contents

Browse and play the music, photos, and videos on the  NAS. No more worries about the space limitation of your mobile device.

Zip/Unzip support

Auto-upload photos

Automatically upload photos to your NAS whenever you take new photos. It works as a real-time backup of your precious photos.

Offline file reading

Download documents, photos or music from the NAS to your mobile devices for offline reading.

Folder & file sharing

NAS System Manager

NAS System Manager?
Ever wanted to monitor and manage your NAS with your iOS® or Android™ mobile device? The NAS System Manager app makes it easy.

Manage multiple NAS units

Add multiple NAS units on NAS System Manager, and conveniently manage anyone of them, anytime and anywhere.

Monitor system status

Monitor your system information, such as CPU usage, memory usage, system event info, online users, etc.

Shutdown/restart remotely

Restart or shutdown your NAS remotely.

Monitor connection status

Check connection status or logged in users remotely, to prevent invasion.

Manage system services

Easily turn on/off application services of the NAS via NAS System Manager. It only takes one click!

Manage download/backup tasks

Check the Download Station or backup task info. You can also pause or run the download or backup tasks remotely.

Identify the NAS

Use "Find My NAS" to turn on the NAS "Beep" sound to easily identify its location.