7 replies on How To Share Files Between Smartphones & Windows PCs With Feem

  1. Richard Howard says:

    I’ve only been using Feem for a few weeks. I got the free version but very quickly got fed up with the ads. But it also became obvious very quickly how useful it was, so I upgraded to the Pro ad-free vesion and have never regretted it. It has refused to send files only once, solved by exiting Feem and re-starting it – after a few choice words and a bit of head-scratching. It is used here to inter-connect a Windows (8.1) PC and several Android phones and tablets. I don’t care that the interface is plain: better a plain interface that works than a glitzey one that doesn’t. So thank you to the Feem Team – very useful and well worth the money to ditch the ads.

  2. Ron999 says:

    The free version of FEEM is a limited trial only.

  3. Ron999 says:

    An alternative way of accomplishing the same thing is to use an internet connection sharing utility (such as connectify) to make the laptop a hotspot. You can then connect to the smartphone to the laptop hotspot (just like you would connect to any hotspot or router) and use any of the many apps to transfer files between pc’s and smartphones on a LAN, such as Airdroid.

  4. Ron999 says:

    Edit:
    *You can then connect the smartphone to the laptop….

  5. john says:

    This article is misleading. It caused me to download files from feem (I read up to but not including where it said had to create a hotspot so it’s my fault for not reading far enough) none-the-less the article is an outright lie. I found this website and article by searching for ‘Wifi-Direct’ the phrase which (previous article seems to imply the author knows this) denotes connection without internet access… simply a connection between 2 devices. I have and use Superbeam (a free android app that works perfect between my phones) but requires the Pro version to run with the PC app. I get up to where your instructions say “create a hotspot and connect to it” WTF? THAT REQUIRES INTERNET ACCESS. Your article just said Wi-Fi Direct <<<< Direct means withOUT internet access. And you cannot create a hotspot without internet access. Thanks for wasting my time.

    • Ciprian Adrian Rusen says:

      If you read our article carefully you will encounter several sentences in which we say that Feem is not Wi-Fi Direct but something that is somewhat similar.

  6. Maria Rodriguez says:

    Hey thanks for this! Have you heard of Airmore? It’s actually a pretty good app for file sharing between Android (iOS) and Windows PC or Mac. You can view the app here https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.airmore&hl=en. Try it coz it’s free. 🙂

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