[App] abFiles (Acer Remote Files)
abFiles : Enhance your AcerCloud experience with the all-new Acer BYOC Apps (abApps)
All your files
abFiles makes it easy to access files on your Windows PC from your Android smartphone and tablet devices over a wireless or mobile network, whenever you like.
You can browse all the files in your PC storage, both internal and external ones, even the stuff inside ZIP files.
You can also upload files from your Android devices to your PC.
abFiles makes use of KitKat’s new Storage Access Framework (SAF), which makes it straightforward for Android apps to directly browse and open documents on your PC.
More and more Android apps are supporting SAF, such as Google QuickOffice, Gmail and Google Drive.
With an Acer Prime account, you will enjoy advanced file management features, such as remote ZIP management and on-demand PDF conversion.
You can remotely browse ZIP files on your PC without downloading them first.
Remote ZIP management, such as remote zip/unzip, is made easy using abFiles.
With Microsoft Office 2007 and above installed on the remote PC, you can view or download Microsoft Office files as PDF.
This not only shortens the time to download and view the file, but also ensures the format is kept intact.
For example, viewing PowerPoint files as PDF keeps the presentation graphic format intact on Android smartphone and tablets.
The advanced file management features also makes file sharing easier and faster as you utilize the PC to process the files, which is what PC does the best.
abFiles user reviews :
The help I get is priceless
It’s very useful app i ever used.
This program is awesome. I can easily access everything on my computer. DVD drive, everything on my hard drive, music, movies..right from my phone from anywhere I have Internet. Don’t hesitate to try it.
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