WebDrive, as its name would suggest, allows users to access files stored remotely as though they were available locally. The concept is far from unusual these days, with cloud storage progressively replacing local storage as the default way people save files. Still, this piece of software has built a name for itself on Windows and Mac. Now, after first shipping for iOS, an Android version has hit the Play Store.
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[New App] South River Tech, The Maker Of TitanFTP Server, Brings A Version Of Its Popular WebDrive File Transfer Client To Android was written by the awesome team at Android Police.