Backblaze Mobile for iOS is a free app to view, download, and share files you have backed up to your Backblaze Personal Backup account. Easily access your files from devices running iOS 15+.
* Access files backed up to Backblaze Personal Backup
* Manage buckets and files in Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage
* Face ID access supported for login
* Search for specific files and download to your iOS device
* Thumbnail preview of downloaded image files
* Share files via text, email, etc
* Founded in 2007
* 2.2+ Exabytes of customer data under storage
* Recommended by About.com, The Verge, Lifehacker, re/code, Macworld... and hundreds of thousands of customers across over 175 countries
"You will sleep so much better knowing you have Backblaze." - John Gruber
"I've used other online backup, Backblaze is my favorite." - Marco Arment
"I like and can recommend Backblaze." - Walt Mossberg
Minor bug fixes and stability improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
Love the accessibility this app brings.
This app is great but as a photographer/videographer I would like to have thumbnails for pictures and video files. That way I don’t have to download it before knowing what it is.
Great service. Weak App.
I really like the Backblaze service, but the app is terribly limited in at least two ways that impact it's usability for me:
1. The app is incredibly reluctant to grab updated summary information from the Backblaze servers. I have a Mac Mini with a large external drive that's still trying to finish the initial upload after a couple months. Consequently, while away from home on business I like to pull up the app to check my upload process (not to mention occasionally retrieve files). Unfortunately, I find the upload total rarely updates. After a week or so of refreshing the app or killing the app using the multitasking/app-switcher/app-killer function then re-starting the app. I'll finally see a new total and it'll be a couple dozen more gigabytes. Clearly the uploads continue but the app just isn't gathering/reporting it well at all.
2. The second is short and sweet. I don't believe there should be a bandwith cap on downloadable files. Is there a necessary or unavoidable technological limitation causing this? If it's just a proprietary business decision, drop it. More often than not I've needed a file on mobile while on the road yet been unable to access it for download because it's size is reportedly too large.
The program does not work. It gets stuck in the initial backup and won’t finish the job. Will be canceling service. Customer support is horrible.
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- 13 MB
- Requires iOS 15.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 15.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 15.0 or later.
- Apple Vision
- Requires visionOS 1.0 or later.
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