Best file program on appstore

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  1. anthonyfry256

    anthonyfry256 Banned

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    Hey, well.. i thinking of buying one of the file program but im not sure
    their are to many

    what do you recommend?

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    theboss123 Banned

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    discover is like a usb and u can view ur files
    and it is free

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  3. AvodCS

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    Discover is awesome. If you download the Windows client, you don't even have to type the FTP address.
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    studangerous Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    Thanks, in need of such a prog at this very moment. Downloaidng it now... Free to boot. Great!
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    Does anyone mind explaining bit more about discover ? Is it like a file sharing over a wifi spot ?
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    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    Discover doesn't need Wifi. You can use USB to transfer the files to your DCIM folder and Discover fill read the files in there. You can even add folders and stuff to organize it. Discover also plays and opens many file types that the iPod/iPhone can natively open.
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    wearmaize Active Member

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    I use AirSharing. I downloaded it when it was free for the first two weeks, and I haven't used anything else since. ($7)
    Actually, that's a lie. I use Soonr, which backs up my documents on my computer and I can view them on my iPod, add notes to them, or even print them. However, it does require an internet connection, so it is better suited for iPhone users. (Free)
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    how do you use usb, i plug it in and i go to the DCIM, but then it says i can't save any files there or anything.
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    You need an app like DiskAid (For Windows & Mac OS X)
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