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mydlink SharePort App - Download
« on: August 14, 2013, 05:46:11 AM »

Overview

mydlink SharePort lets you access and play media stored on a USB drive (or SD card for selected model only) directly on your Android device!

Just plug your storage into any mydlink SharePort-enabled D-Link router and easily access your files from any device connected to the router, or over the Internet via your mydlink account.

Share photos and videos with friends without resizing or bothering with large e-mail attachments.
Now you can create a shared storage space for your home or office.
You can even share files with an audience when giving a business presentation.

Features

  • Access your files remotely; your storage can be across the room or across the globe
  • Share photos to Facebook or Twitter
  • Play slideshows of your photos
  • Upload photos and videos from your Camera Roll to your storage drive
  • Stream movies and music to your Android device
  • Organize your favorite music list
  • Play music in the background
  • View documents directly on your mobile device
  • Save files for offline use with the Favorite button
  • Upload and download any kind of file to or from your storage drive

Compatible Devices

  • DIR-508L (coming 9/1/2013)
  • DIR-820L (Requires F/W: v1.01)
  • DIR-850L (Requires F/W: v1.07)
  • DIR-860L (Requires F/W: v1.03)
  • DIR-868L (Requires F/W: v1.02)
  • More coming soon!

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« Last Edit: December 19, 2014, 08:15:10 AM by JavaLawyer »
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