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How to access computer files remotely with iPhone or iPad [Guide]
Posted By Madrao On December 6, 2013 @ 8:51 AM In iOS,Mac OS X,Windows | No Comments
Cloud Services like Dropbox, Google Drive and iCloud are a convenient way to remotely access your files on the go. However, these services do require you to sync or upload the files to your account, before you can access them remotely. They do not, however, allow you to access files that are stored on your computer but not synced to your cloud account. That’s where Younity, a personal cloud storage option that has recently been gaining popularity comes in.
Younity allows you to access all the files stored on your Windows PC or Mac OS X through your iPhone or iPad. What makes it different from major cloud storage providers is that there are no storage limits, and you do not need to remember to sync or upload your data to the cloud account. If it’s on you computer, it is accessible to you, so long as both, the host computer, and the client are connected to the internet. Here’s how you can get set up with Younity.
Younity is an excellent app/service to access the data on your computer remotely. As a free app, there is little to not like about it, considering it allows you local as well as remote access, without having to set up an elaborate protocol. Plus the fact that it does not require you to upload your stuff to the cloud before accessing it remotely. Entangled Media, the folks behind Younity claim that all of your data is kept secure within your personal cloud and are not copied to any server, which is another good reason to like this app.
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