PeerDeviceNet is a mobile app enabling you to securely share pictures, videos and audios with your family members and friends, transfer contact information from old devices to new devices, and send web links, PDF and word documents to your teammates. After connecting the devices, sending and sharing is initiated by touching the standard Android "share" button which most major android apps support.
If you are concerned about the security fundamentals of current web based sharing, PeerDeviceNet is the solution. It connects your devices 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. For each sharing session, you will explicitly select data and send, then the chosen peers can see them. And all connections are secured using TLS/SSL.
The app is easy to set up. If your devices are in the same WiFi network which supports multicast (which most home WiFi routers do), a simple touch of "Search and connect peers" button will connect all your devices. If multicast is not supported, device IP address information is provided conveniently for manual connection and in most cases a change of 3 digits will connect your device to peer.
· Android 2.2 or later
· The free edition of PeerDeviceNet is financed through mobile ads. It has 100% features of the full edition. The only limit is the data transfer capacity. If you want to send large video files, upgrade to full edition.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Bug fixes and add Chinese support (simplified and traditional)