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Ever wanted to browse and manage files stored on your QNAP Turbo NAS with your Android mobile device? The free Qfile app is the perfect answer.
- Android 2.3 or later
- QNAP NAS running firmware V3.8.0 or later

Major features of Qfile:
- Access files on the Turbo NAS anytime, anywhere.
- Upload your photos and documents directly from mobile devices to the Turbo NAS.
- Easy sharing: Create a download link for files to share and send it via email or SMS, or simply email the file as an attachment.
- Easy management: Move, copy, rename or delete files on the Turbo NAS, all via your mobile device. No computer required.
- Offline file reading: Qfile provides a simple way for downloading files from the Turbo NAS to mobile devices for offline reading.

Other features:
1. Support displaying photo thumbnail. ( Firmware 3.8.2 and above support all share folder)
2. Support control playback from NAS to Apple TV. (NAS must install QAirplay QPKG)
3. Support control playback from NAS to DLNA device. (DLNA control only support QNAP Media Server on NAS firmware 4.0.0)
4. Support for file compression (zip / unzip, and for firmware version 4.0 and above only.)
5. Support for changing the download folder on an external SD card.
6. Support for sharing folders with sharing download links (firmware version 4.0 and above only.)

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Recently changed in this version

Version 1.6.10:
1. Fixed the SSL connection issue.

Comments and ratings for Qfile
  • (66 stars)

    by gbox bermuda on 19/03/2015


  • (66 stars)

    by Dániel Wimmer on 13/03/2015

    I cannot use it after the update, funny because Qget is working fine

  • (66 stars)

    by Randy Hutchinson on 13/03/2015

    Can't rename files anymore. Happened after last Qnap firmware update. UPDATE, It looks like I solved the renaming of files by uninstalling the apps and reinstalling. Still a couple glitches but I can live with them for now. I appreciate the response.

  • (66 stars)

    by Simon Yapp on 12/03/2015

    Great way of keeping your phones pictures safe without silly cloud costs.

  • (66 stars)

    by Cristian N on 12/03/2015

    Ssl login works again

  • (66 stars)

    by James Froumis on 06/03/2015

    Whatever they did to "fix" the SSL certificate issue had made it so I can't access my NAS any more. Tried deleting all app data/cache and even uninstalling and reinstalling the app and nothing works. Thanks a lot for the update...

  • (66 stars)

    by Barkah Widyantoro on 28/02/2015

    So slow to login, even login via LAN

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