Cloud-less Photo Transfer with Fylet for Windows and Android
Article by George Norman
On 15 Jan 2014
Without needing a cloud service, the Fylet application lets you easily transfer photos and videos from your PC to your Android or from your Android to your PC.

The same developer has another interesting application to offer: Fylet File Sender. This application makes it incredibly easy to transfer files to other devices. Fylet File Sender is also available for Windows and Android.

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You do not need a cloud service to transfer photos/videos to and from your Android. You don’t need an USB cable to transfer such files to and from your Android either. All you need to conveniently, easily, and securely transfer photos and videos is the free Fylet app. You can manually transfer photos or you can let the app automatically transfer them.

To enjoy Fylet’s functionality you will have to install the application on your PC and on your Android. You will also need to create an account and log in. From your Android, you will be able to manually or automatically transfer photos and videos to your PC. And from your PC you will be able to view received files and send files to your Android.

Speaking about sending files, the same developer has another interesting application to offer: Fylet File Sender. This application takes a code-based approach to transferring files. When you hit the Connect button, a code will be displayed on the application’s interface. Give that code to a friend and he will be able to send files to you. Enter a friend’s code and you will be able to send any file you want to him.

Fylet File Sender can be used on Windows-powered PCs and on Android-powered mobile devices. Both Fylet and Fylet File Sender are available for free.

Fylet Quick Look Video by FindMySoft.com


Fylet File Sender Quick Look Video by FindMySoft.com




Tags: Microsoft, Windows, Google, Android, Play Store, Fylet, Fylet File Sender
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