WebDAV Navigator

WebDAV Navigator

1,000 - 5,000 downloads

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WebDAV client for Android devices.

Add and browse your WebDAV servers.
Download files and store them locally.
Full folder sync support
Download whole folders
Select and download multiple files from remote servers
View all supported file types.
Upload images from the gallery
Upload images from the camera
Upload any files from the SDCard
Email local files as attachments
Rename, Delete and Move files
Zip folders, Unzip files
UnRAR local files
Bookmarks
Built-in browser to download files from websites
Built-in Markdown viewer
HTTP 302 or 307 redirect support
Basic text editor for local files
Multiple file selection on local storage files
Authentication popup if details aren't stored
Select and download multiple files from remote servers
Record audio files in local storage
Set the download location
Built-in ePUB reader (non DRM)
Sort file lists by name, size or date
Slideshow view to swipe between images in your current folder
Thumbnail view of local images (remote support coming soon!)

Currently supports Digest, Basic and Windows Authentication, including self signed certificates.
Supports connections on non-standard ports by including the port number in the URL e.g. http://example.org:8088/webdav/

Available for English, German, Japanese, French, Spanish, Russian, Italian, Swedish, Portuguese, Dutch and Chinese

Permission Usage:
RECORD AUDIO
The app has a feature to record audio like a voice recorder which you can then upload to your servers.
FULL INTERNET ACCESS
The app requires access to use the network in order to connect to your server
READ BROWSER'S HISTORY AND BOOKMARKS
The built-in browser allows you to select from your main browser bookmarks so that you can navigate quickly to the sites you want to. Using the built-in browser you can download files from normal websites into your local storage area.
STORAGE
The app stores files on the sdcard when you download them.

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Recently changed in this version

Release 2.0.7
Added AirPlay support for video playback
- Stream videos on your AppleTV on a bigger screen
- Requires server with Basic or No authentication to work correctly
Minor other bug and crash fixes

Release 2.0.6
Added new Send function to send files to other installed services and apps
Support for printing on KitKat
Minor bug fixes

Release 2.0.5
Bug fix for KitKat Gallery image selection problem


Comments and ratings for WebDAV Navigator
  • (67 stars)

    by William Kray on 12/01/2014

    But it would be nice to have automatic file syncing. Seems silly to have to manually sync changes.

  • (67 stars)

    by Kyle Hebert on 26/12/2013

    Best Webdav app there is. Works perfectly with owncloud!

  • (67 stars)

    by Thiago de Mello Bueno on 22/12/2013

    Worth $3 for sure, works with my owncloud instance better than the sadly neglected official client. Tons of features, well designed, even slick. A few gripes/suggestions: 1. Scheduled or active synching would be appreciated 2. Background synching please!

  • (67 stars)

    by Tom Tambellini on 30/10/2013

    Should give this app 4 stars because it could use some minor improvements in certain areas but it works very well and is the only webdav client that has android and ios versions. Thanks for adding the file tree fallback. Works perfectly with my ownCloud

  • (67 stars)

    by Dave Kim on 14/10/2013

    If you could backup, then it would be better.

  • (67 stars)

    by Teddy Matayoshi on 26/08/2013

    Best app out there to access your WebDAV server for both iOS and Android. Quick setup and solid syncing. Please keep up the great work!

  • (67 stars)

    by Claire Farney on 22/08/2013

    This tool has become a key component very quickly to my sharing and syncing solution for all my files. I'm able to connect to my OwnCloud instance and sync all my music and photos down to my external SD card. Even though there was a bug in the local path