Hello all, I've released the first trial/beta version of "WebSharing", a new app that lets you view and transfer content to and from an Android device using a web browser. The bit of the app that you use on the phone itself is fairly minimal, it just lets you configure, start and stop the sharing service. Once the sharing service is running, you'll enter the URL displayed by the app in your web browser. Type in your configured password, and you'll be presented with a tabbed user interface allowing access to your files, photos, and music. Current features: File browser: Browse folders, upload and download files to your computer. Music player: Stream audio from the device to your web browser (requires Flash 9+). Tracks may be browsed by playlist, album (with artwork), artist, or all at once. Multiple tracks can be uploaded and downloaded at once (Ctrl-click to select tracks, then select download option from menu). Photo viewer: Browse photo thumbnails, double click to see pan/scan/zoom display of images. Multiple photos can be downloaded by Ctrl-clicking them and selecting "Download" from the pulldown menu. Status display: See current wireless signal, battery life, SD card and CPU usage. Future features: Playlist editing. Viewing of photo folders (currently limited to camera roll). (IMPLEMENTED) Photo slideshows. Download of multiple files at once from the file browser. (IMPLEMENTED) Additional file browser operations, e.g., move and copy. Video support. (IMPLEMENTED) Known issues: Preferences configured from the browser are not saved. The Flash-based multiple file upload control can be a bit buggy. It does work, but you may have to select your files twice. You can use a standard single-file browser upload control if you'd like, just visit the preferences menu in the browser. (SOLVED) Sorting (e.g. of music and files) is generally not yet implemented. (SOLVED) I'd greatly appreciate bug reports and feature suggestions alike. I'm especially interested to hear of any reliability issues or unexpected delays when using the app. Such things can be a bit common with consumer-grade Wi-Fi equipment. Numerous steps have been taken to avoid such issues, e.g., the web application will re-query the device automatically for information if it appears a connection has been dropped. That said, a great deal of "insanity" from Wi-Fi networks has been observed over the course of developing the app, and want to be as certain as possible that such issues don't pose a problem for users. More info on the app can be found at android.nextapp.com. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays --Tod Liebeck / NextApp, Inc. QR Code: ....or search for "WebSharing" on the Android Market.