WebDisk lets your iphone/ipad become a file website over wi-fi netwrk.You can upload/download your document to your iphone/ipad on your pc browser over wi-fi 
And it is also a document viewer.let you direct view your document on your iphone/iphone 

1.Website access file 
You can upload /download file to iphone/ipad on your pc browser over wi-fi 
Support large files(More than 100MB) 

2.Support files exchange between two device on wi-fi

3.WebDisk+ for PC
WebDisk+ is A PC Client.It let you easy to view your document or download your document

4.Document direct View 
WebDisk can let you direct view your document on iphone/ipad 
It can display following items: 

iWork documents 
Microsoft Office documents ( Word、Excel、PowerPoint) 
Rich Text Format (RTF) documents 
PDF files 
Text files (txt) 
Comma-separated value (csv) files 

Instructions for upload files to ipad/ipad 

1.Start the app 
2.Ensure enable "enable web access" 
3.Enter the url which display on the app to your pc browser 
4.Then you can upload or download files to you ipad /iphone by the web page 

WebDisk+ on your PC:
1.Go to Http:// download and install WebDisk+ on your computer
2.Start the WebDisk+
3.Tap File Folders and select the File folders which you want to access
4. Ensure that your mobile device and your computer in the same wifi network ios7

What’s New

Version 5.0

Support IOS 10
New UI
Support mp4

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Holmythegr8 ,

Not quite there..

The app is simple and easy to use but it seems that you can only import one pic at a time from your camera roll into the app. If you try to import more than one it crashes and only imports the last one loaded. Also, when you try to import a pic it places it under the the little pop-up so that you are unable to see if you chose the right one.

Good idea, so-so execution.

rosencrantzdad ,

Confused How-To-Use

The primary drawback to using this app is how often it crashes. Every other time I tried to open the folder I created for sharing on my iPad the app crashed. I re-opened the app again and tried to open the folder again and it opened the image. There is no help dialog or instructional video on how to use this app and it can be daunting. Here is some instruction that I discovered by trial and order....In order to transfer files from your PC to your iPad you need to install AirServer(AirServer+) 5.2.5, then, on your PC, start AirServer, choose the Files Tab, and select a file or folder that is on your PC that you wish to share to your iPad. On your iPad you need to open WebDisk, enter a Password first to be on the safe side, tap the + sign and Select Create a folder, then on your PC click the ONLINE tab on AirServer. Your default browser will open and the AirServer Airfinder page will be displayed. On this page are a list of various AirServers other people have running around the world at this time. You will find your PC on this page listed under its AirServer name (To find that name install AirPhotos from AppStore and you will see on the start page your PC’s name and it’s AirServer name). Confused yet? If you’re still interested, Good for you. But at this point I’m done. Don’t worry. You’re just a couple of steps from sending one file to your iPad from your PC. I think the trouble involved to use this app is not time effective. And the fact that it crashes every other time you use it makes it very annoying to begin with. It’s easier to use sync, upload to iCloud or upload to the cloud of your choice.

Hanah Arian ,


Nice and convenient. The performance is also quite stable. Great app overall.


miao jiehong
4.2 MB

Requires iOS 9.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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