Network Browser is a simple file manager/browser utility for browsing files on your Windows network. It can connect to standard Windows or Samba shares. Use it to browse files on your Samba shares, view pictures, play network music, watch videos that you are on your network, etc.
Presently, Network Browser should be able to connect to most Microsoft Windows or Linux and Mac OSX smb samba network shared folders. You need to know the IP address of the network server you are trying to connect to. You can connect as guest, or supply your username and password.
on your network, etc.
You can also open files that you find on your network. Tapping on a file will open it in the default editor on your Android system. Currently saving and uploading is not supported, but if there is interest in the project I can certainly work to add these features.
Network Browser relies on functionality from the JCIFS library, which can be found here:
What's New With Ape Apps?So it's been a full eight months since I've last updated the Ape Apps blog, which I will admit is a pretty big fail on my part, especially considering the fact that the blog receives upwards to a thousand visitors on a given day. And while I have stayed fairly active over at the Ape Apps Forum, this blog remains the more visible outlet for Ape Apps, and leaving it unchanged for months on end Continue Reading...
Network Browser v2.0.5 Release Notes
Thank you for using Network Browser, now freshly updated to version 2.0.5! This is actually a small (and stupid) release for Network Browser. I had somehow accidentally deleted the source code for the last two versions of the app, losing a lot of bug fixes and updates that went along with them. I have tried to the best of my ability to recreate those bug fixes, and the end result is now Continue Reading...
Network Browser v2.0.4 Release NotesApe Apps is happy to announce the availability of Network Browser v2.0.4! Network Browser is a simple file manager/browser utility for browsing files on your Windows network. It can connect to standard Windows or Samba shares. Use it to browse files on your Samba shares, view pictures, play network music, watch videos that you are on your network, etc.
This release of Network Continue Reading...