OneLink Cloud

OneLink Cloud

Endri Koci (onelinkcloud) Publisher

Install latest/stable of OneLink Cloud

Ubuntu 16.04 or later?

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Install using the command line

sudo snap install onelink

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Transform the PC in a NAS and access your files from anywhere, remotely or locally

Access your files and folders from anywhere. You don't have to copy your files to a server on the Internet, external hard drive, or USB in order to transfer them to another device. With OneLink, any PC can act as a NAS, allowing to access files and folders from anywhere through a generated OneLink subdomain.

The app allows you to:

  • Create multiple links (OneLink subdomains) from which you can access your files and folders from anywhere (mobile or desktop) through any web browser
  • Select the files and folders to share
  • Select how your files and folders can be accessed and transferred: peer-to-peer, local network (using only your WiFi/LAN), or http tunnel
  • Password protect the links
  • Visualize statistics of the downloaded files
  • Restrict file access to a list of IPs
  • Enable end-to-end encryption

Documentation: https://onelink.cloud/documentation

Details for OneLink Cloud

License
  • Proprietary

Last updated
  • 20 June 2022

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