PublisherCode 42 Software
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Download size4 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- phone identity
- owner identity
- video and still capture
- photo, music, and video libraries
- data services
- web browser component
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
English (United States)
Get Your Files On The Go If you’re already backing up with award-winning, cross-platform CrashPlan+, you know that it’s great to automatically and securely back up online and to local drives. You also have the peace of mind knowing that you can restore anytime, anywhere. But did you know that you can securely get your files on the go with your Windows Phone? With the CrashPlan mobile app, you can retrieve anything that you’ve backed up online to CrashPlan Central. Just browse your online backup and tap the files to download to your phone. There’s no waiting for each file to finish before you select another. After your files download to your device, you can view text-based files and images, listen to music and watch videos. You can also save pictures to your Photos app. Best of all, One-touch Update lets you get the latest version of your downloaded files. Features: - Browse folders and files in your archive - Download and view as many files as you want - Securely access your files with your account password, private password, or data key - Learn of file updates at-a-glance and get the latest version with just a click This app requires Windows Phone 7.5 or higher. What's new in version 3.5.4: - Improved error message when entering an incorrect Archive Data Key - Minor bug fixes
2/23/2014While it allows access to files, it does not allow you to open files with other apps. For example if you want to download and open a PDF, you "must" view it within the crash plan only and doesn't allow you to open in Acrobat for instance, which is nonsense. Because of the same limitation, you can't forward a file via email. Basically whatever file you access or download can only be viewed from within crash plan app. It does not show thumbnails for pictures. While looking at their support page they are aware of continuous users requests for thumbnails but they only provide an EXCUSE why they dont have he technical know how to enable thumbnails. Just very low quality app on that regard.
7/1/2013I was never able to view one of my backed up photos from the phone using this, making it almost useless.
4/28/2013Best cloud storage and best cloud storage companion app on the market.
4/5/2013Now supports passphrases!
3/11/2013Crash, crash, crash.
3/1/2013Update 2/28.2913: Sign in still failing, and no one cares. Update: 11/17/2012 - Cannot sign in anymore. App needs serious work. 10/15/2012: This app needs two things - a refresh function to force an update of status & a bit more functionality. It would be nice to alter backup schedules remotely, especially if you are traveling. However, the lack of refresh is infuriating as the app never updates itself. Only way to update is delete and reinstall.
1/7/2013Not even close to the iOS version. This let's me see which files are backed up, but the usefulness of downloading files to my WP8 device seems extremely limited. I was able to view downloaded jpg images and that was it. I couldn't do anything with Office documents downloaded to my phone- no viewing, no sharing, no editing; just a popup saying "Sorry, that format is not supported". But somehow the iOS app let me view Word docs, Excel spreadsheets and PowerPoint decks on my iPhone. So this app seems to have no use aside from confirming my pc's backup status. Not sure whether this is a developer or OS problem but they need to at least get to parity with iOS before I can even give three stars.
12/28/2012Glad its here but basic. I know the viewers are a limitation of the OS (can't hand off files to OS) but they should be improved. Can't even view a word docx
12/28/2012Does what it's supposed to do and has a W7 app. The reason I switched from Carbonite