File Storage Companion
File Storage Companion
3.3

5.0

File Storage Companion free download for Mac

File Storage Companion

3.3
20 September 2014

Easy way to transfer files to iOS devices.

Overview

File Storage Companion is the easiest, fastest way to send and receive files from your iPhones, iPads, iPod Touches, and Androids over WiFi.

It is quick and easy. No configuration required, no need to enter an address to connect. Devices are automatically discovered. Drag folders and files and they are transferred to your device in seconds--without iTunes and without USB cable.

It is not a cloud. Files are transferred directly on your local network. No need to upload your files to the Internet, then download them on any device.

File Storage Companion requires File Transfer (for Mac -$3.99-, Windows -free-, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch -$1.99-, and Android -$2.36-), or File Storage (for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch -$4.99-), or Local Cloud (for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch -$6.99-) to be installed on your device.

With File Storage Companion you can share files only with smartphones and tablets. If you want to receive files from computers, you need File Transfer.

File Storage Companion is optimized for your MacBook Pro with Retina display.

Delite Studio develops high-quality native applications and delivers a great customer service. Do you enjoy using this app? Write a positive review. Do you need help? Let us know, we will do everything to help you.

What's new in File Storage Companion

Version 3.3:
  • Bug fixes and general improvements

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3 File Storage Companion Reviews

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Elegraphy
23 January 2013

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The MAS is not the problem here IMO, that argument is getting old. (I admit I used to be one of them) If you have intel machine but you cannot accept using MAS, then just move on, look for non-MAS apps instead. The real problem here IMO, is that you have to ALSO install the iOS version on your devices, and that costs money. Well as of today (Jan 23, 2013), their iOS app costs $3.99 US dollar, and I bet people who download the Mac version first never aware of it. I think NOT INCLUDING the price of the iOS app in this page description is very misleading - users should not be trick into thinking the whole thing is free like Dropbox.
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Version 1.7
Elegraphy
23 January 2013
The MAS is not the problem here IMO, that argument is getting old. (I admit I used to be one of them) If you have intel machine but you cannot accept using MAS, then just move on, look for non-MAS apps instead. The real problem here IMO, is that you have to ALSO install the iOS version on your devices, and that costs money. Well as of today (Jan 23, 2013), their iOS app costs $3.99 US dollar, and I bet people who download the Mac version first never aware of it. I think NOT INCLUDING the price of the iOS app in this page description is very misleading - users should not be trick into thinking the whole thing is free like Dropbox.
Like (9)
Version 1.7
7 answer(s)
Wanderer
Wanderer
24 January 2013
I agree, free is one thing, useful is another, this application doesn't do anything by itself so it's NOT free. The only reason it is labelled free, as far as I can see, is to trick people into downloading it. That is a red flag as far as I'm concerned, I'm putting Delite Studio on the shonky-developers list.
Like (7)
Laine
Laine
24 January 2013
I agree. Not to list the commercial ancillary software requirement even in the shortest of app descriptions doesn't inspire confidence.
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GLarry
GLarry
24 January 2013
I do not want to be argumentative, but I read in the description: "File Storage Companion requires File Storage [...] OR File Transfer [...] to be installed on your device." It seems to me that it says everything we need. BTW, I tried the app, and it works beautifully.
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Wanderer
Wanderer
24 January 2013
GLarry - That still doesn't say there's a cost involved does it?
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sjk
sjk
05 February 2013
A person who can't figure out ancillary product pricing seems likely to also overlook any mention of it on sites like this. It typically takes less effort to determine if an iOS app is free or not, before downloading/purchasing, than to write this reply. :)
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Tenjinandou
Tenjinandou
09 March 2013
Why is this app still posted as FREE? Isn't there a way to change to commercial?
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sjk
sjk
11 March 2013
"Isn't there a way to change to commercial?" Changes can be submitted via the "Add/Update App" link (http://www.macupdate.com/developers/update/) at the bottom of each page.
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Pir-anha
27 December 2012
so finally there seems to be a decent app that does what apple should have given us with the OS -- and it's only available through the app store. that's just a tad ironic, and incredibly annoying. seriously, devs, do NOT get sucked in by apple's landgrab; in the long run this is a terrible idea both for you and users. please make your app available through other distribution channels.
Like (2)
Version 1.5
Rodrigo-Girão
19 December 2012
Why the hell is there no direct download? I DON'T WANT to use the App Store, damnit.
Like (1)
Version 1.5
2 answer(s)
Wanderer
Wanderer
24 January 2013
The App Store is the way things are going my friend, get used to it. Developers like its copy protection.
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The-Crow
The-Crow
18 September 2013
What's not to like?!? I don't understand this mentality. The apps are all in one place, easy to search, easy and safe to purchase, with ratings and reviews, guaranteed safe to open and use, and it lets you know when there is an update. I love it. I find more software this way, through features and promotions. It's good for developers, and it's good for customers. What's the problem?
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