Did you catch this awesome Amazon Free App of the Day a few weeks ago? Wifi File Explorer. I did not know it at the time, but this has become an app I would PAY for, had I not received it free.
Do you ever struggle to transfer files to and from your phone or tablet device? Can’t find the cord, or it won’t work with your computer? Been there many, many times. In comes a simple like app that treats your phone as a NAS/file server and provides your, automagically mind you, IP to connect to. So you activate it on a personal or enterprise (yes, I could do this at work) wireless network. It gives you an IP to navigate to on your computer browser. Then you see a menu of the entire device hard drive, and choices to upload and download files. So simple, and so quick.
A HUGE amount of application in the classroom. As we see more and more devices in the classroom, this type of app allows for quick transfer of homework and projects between teacher and student. How nice to just download the files using a browser instead of messing with USB flash drives, SD Cards, emailing files, etc.