Photo FTP Manager
- Price: $4.99 In Apple Store
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: 2010-08-03
- Current Version: 1.3.1
- Size: 3.80 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Alberto Gallini
- Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 4.0 or later.
- © Alberto Gallini
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!!!!!!!! iOS 4.3 released !!!!!!!!!!!Now you can access to the portable FTP Server without a separate portable hot-spot.Just turn on the Hotspot on the iPhone and the FTP server of Photo FTP manager.This is a great enhancement got for free (no app…..
Rated 4/5 based on 3 customer reviews.
the missing link
I bought the app at the very beginning and I had a very good experience.
It's rock-solid, it works as advertised, and the developer has always been very open to discussion about potential new features.
From v1.01 to current, he kept on introducing new (small) features that make you feel like he's still actively supporting this app.
So I cannot but confirm the 5 stars
Best way to share your photos
scior Vincent write:
UPDATE: I disagree with the negative reviews. This apps works just fine for me and the bug fixes in the latest versions make it even better.
This is the COOLEST app. My precious photos are now quickly uploaded via ftp and immediately available to others. I can see how much space left I have at a glance. Setup is easy and the "test connection" function very handy. Plus it ships with nice pictures. Very good job.
Buggy and clunky
I bought this app based on the other reviews. I was willing to pay the higher price for the superior product described in these reviews. The App they used may be worth $5 and 5 stars. I would love a chance to use the one they reviewed.
This mess however, is by far the worst I have ever tried out. It doesnt even handle FTP connections well. The workflow is cumbersome and help or tooltips non exsistant. No way to select more than one image to move at a time and each folder requires its own ftp server info. It crashes at this point, never to work again unless you reinstall it anyway. If you do anything out of the expected, it crashes. It warns you that a folder must be flagged as remote on the previous page or the information you entered will not be saved _after_ you hit save. A condition that should not exsist in the first place. Despite my best to follow the rules as i discovered them, i had entered my ftp server information two dozen times. It had been saved only once.
It is awkward and extremely misrepresented. It feels more like a first rough draft instead of a finished app.
Be warned and observe the tone of the other reviews very carefully.
I am working on a more complete review that i will post later with all the crazy bugs and workflow issues i stumbled into.
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