WebDAV Navigator

Description

WebDAV Nav is a WebDAV client and file explorer for iOS.
This version includes ads. The full version, WebDAV Nav+ is also available in the App Store which includes many more features.

FEATURES
Download files and store them locally on the iPhone
Navigate your remote storage files and folders and perform common file and folder operations like Delete, Copy, Move and Rename
Open documents and files in other applications
Save attachements from emails to local storage and upload them to your WebDAV Server
Forward downloaded documents by email
Upload images from the photo gallery or camera.
Select and upload multiple photos including the embedded EXIF data with the multiple upload purchase
Stream Video and Music straight from supported servers
Wake-on-LAN
Option to logout on going to background

SUPPORTED FORMATS
Documents (Word, Excel, Pages, Numbers, ODT)
Media (MP4, MP3, MOV)
Images (JPG, PNG and RAW camera images)
Text (Python, PHP, Java, Diff,JavaScript,Perl, CSS and HTML)
ePub ebook viewer

SUPPORT
Please consider contacting support to get help connecting to your servers if you have any problems.

Pricing

Plan Price Details
WebDAV Navigator Free Compatible with iOS devices.
Remove ads $0.99 In-app purchase.
Upload multiple images and videos $0.99 In-app purchase.
Enable local file sharing $0.99 In-app purchase.
Enable playlist support $0.99 In-app purchase.

Reviews

Technology Integration Specialist
February 15, 2014

It’s difficult to get work off of shared iPads in a school setting. WebDav ties right into your network shared drive so students can save files (mostly items from the camera roll) in their network folder then access later from an iPad OR desktop. In the free version, users can only add one item at a time (difficult if a student needs to add multiple images). Also, we’ve found that it doesn’t accept videos longer than 45 seconds (not sure if this is a result of the app or our network). I recommend WebDav if you don’t have any other cloud storage solution for getting student work off of shared iPads.

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