HomePipe Provides Cloud-Free Access to Your Files From Wherever, Whenever

HomePipe Networks has announced the release of their Android app, giving users access to their home content while on the go. With the free application, photos, videos, and files are readily accessible over a WiFi or 3G connection, regardless of firewall. There’s no cloud storage or background synchronizing to worry about as HomePipe simply pulls content from your PC back home. Once the software is installed on your desktop or MAC, files are available from any web browser, including iPhone, iPod touch, iPad.

Grab HomePipe out of the Android Market today at the low cost of zero dollars! For more information, head to https://www.homepipe.net/.

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4 Comments

  1. anakin78z
    May 05, 17:37 Reply

    What's the difference between the free and premium versions? The description looks the same to me…

  2. anakin78z
    May 05, 17:37 Reply

    What's the difference between the free and premium versions? The description looks the same to me…

  3. droidin
    May 05, 18:17 Reply

    So I need to install a file crawler on my home PC and all this guys do is pretty much what DynDNS was doing for free for ages. It's amazing that these days person is ready to open up their most private data to anyone with pretty UI.

  4. khay
    July 13, 17:41 Reply

    thank you so much for info. nice post :p

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