Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Software Releases • PeerDeviceNet - Secure Sharing v1.0.1

PeerDeviceNet - Secure Sharing v1.0.1
Requirements: 2.2+
Overview: PeerDeviceNet connects your phones and tablets through WI-FI network to enable sharing across devices. It allow a group of devices share web pages, contact information, pictures, videos and other documentations.


1. Safe direct connections.
In PeerDeviceNet, your devices connect to each other in direct peer-peer connections. There is no server in the middle, no account setup and no password to be protected, no worry that the server may keep a copy of your private information.
No other devices can connect to your device without your active participation or notice. Nobody can "peek" at your data since no data are directly exposed. You must explicitly select data and send before chosen peers can see them.
All connections are secured using TLS/SSL.

2. Simple connection setup.
If your devices are in the same WI-FI network which supports multicast (which most home WI-FI routers do), a simple touch will connect all your devices. If multicast is not supported, device ip address information is provided conveniently and in most cases a change of 3 digits will connect your device to peer.

3. Seamless integration with other apps.
PeerDeviceNet integrates with Android standard "send and share" feature and extends it across to peer devices. It works transparently with any apps which support "send and share", that is a long list including browsers, file managers, gallery, media players, etc.. PeerDeviceNet will be a entry in the "share via" list of these apps to allow them share data to remote devices. At receiving device, proper apps will be started to display the data.

4. Flexible multitasking.
PeerDeviceNet allows all participating devices send data to each other simultaneously. It allows you send data to all or some of the connected devices.
It will show the progress of all data transfer sessions; and any sessions can be canceled at any time by clicking the red cancel icon.
PeerDeviceNet can safely run in the background. You can go to home screen and start other apps while PeerDeviceNet keeps transferring data in background. If you find new data to share (media, web page, etc.), simply click "share" button and add new sessions to PeerDeviceNet.
At any moment, you can check the background transfer progress from system notification list. Clicking one of the PeerDeviceNet notifications which shows session in progress will bring you back to PeerDeviceNet window. Clicking one of the 100 percent complete notifications will bring up proper app to show the received data.

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