June 12th, 2007 by Keith

Share 0.3b Beta – Sharing Files from Anywhere

Posted in Beta, Fun Stuff, Mac OS, Site News, Software Companies, Web Apps


File-sharing is very common these days, but if you are mobile traveller and chances are that your data is always on your computer, instead of on your thumb drive (or any other removable media). Gaining access to data on your computer can be a headache when you are stuck with having to return (to work or home) and access your data. However, now this can be resolved with Share 0.3b, an application that allows Mac users to access information on your computer from anywhere, as long as there is an Internet connection.

Users can use Share to access data remotely using only a web browser! In other word, Share acts like a web server that can be accessed by users over the Internet – thus making file sharing easier and simpler.

In addition, it is possible to make and edit notes, listen to music in the iTunes library and even view photos stored in iPhoto. Below is a list of features possible with Share:

  • * Serve files and folders
  • * Search your Address Book contacts
  • * Take and collaborate on text notes
  • * View your photos
  • * Listen to your music

Note that, this application, albeit powerful, is still under beta development, therefore bugs may still persist. A demo version, which provides 15 minutes of unlimited use before it quits serving pages, is downloadable from the link below. A license,which removes, is currently available for only $10 (a 50% discount off the original price of $19.95).

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Share 0.3b

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