Files-app.net is now available on IPv6
Thanks to these people this site as well as console-app.net, searchadn.net and cloud-app.net will continue to exist for at least 2 more years:
Markus Heberling, Barrie Turner1, Joern Schultz, Jochen Spalding, Dennis Parussini (@thedan84), Ian Mason, Vanessa Hamshere, Jon Scolamiero (@jdscolam), Amanda Dyer, Joanna Castillo, @keagecko, @pharsicle, @jmergy, @ipodnar, @Cano, Jonathon Duerig, @rstockm, Dale Weber, @ericd, Andrew Ross, Jeff Schmitz, Dieter Meyeer, Sham, Jonathan Holbert.
Check the footer of this page for more info and links.
If you have an iPhone or iPad and like to manage your app.net files there, check out the fileZ iOS app
Check out the latest 50 images made with the Sprinter iOS app, http://files-app.net/sprinter. The images are clickable and link to the original post on app.net
Check out the latest 50 posters of videos made with the Climber iOS app, http://files-app.net/climber. Poster is clickable and links to the climber site to show you the video.
Sprinter and Climber iOS app by @rrbrambley
To help you with picking a nice photo for #thememonday to set as your avatar for a day I updated the Avatar changer to search for photos,type any search argument,click a photo:your avatar is updated instantly.
Added filtering by file type. This allows you to view the files uploaded by one specific client like alpha.app.net, omega.app.net, Robin app, Climber, Riposte, etc...
Added Theme Monday special. Go here http://files-app.net/thememonday and enter the name of your favorite artist. A gallery of album cover art will be shown. Click the one you like and it will be set as your app.net avatar!
Added easy sharing of links to public files in your app.net File Storage. Click the share icon under actions at the right side of a file. If you want to share a file that is currently private, make it public first by clicking the globe action icon.
Added drag/drop support for uploading files. Yes files, plurar. You can upload multiple files at once. Be sure to set the public check before uploading if you want your files to be shareable. No worries if you forget that, you can always make files public using the main files view.
New: showing a small thumbnail left to the filename if the file is an image. And an option to show thumbs only, hiding all other file data:
Added ability to upload public files that you can share on other websites or send by email. Make sure to read how to do this on the site. You must end up with a url that starts with http://files.app.net/
Introducing the App.net File Manager!