If you report a problem, when you press send (or cancel) the dialog box simply disappears... leaving you wandering if the report was successfully sent or not.2 votes
Good idea. We’ll look into doing this soon as we improve the feedback loops in the app.
Currently, if I want to send 100 photos, I need to tap all of them separately to check them.
A new mode to e.g. select the first and last photo to select all photos in between would be nice.
Other modes like "Select All" / "None" might prove useful as well.
In comparison, in the desktop application, I can use the OS file browser to select multiple files, and drag/drop.5 votes
Thank you for your suggestion. We Will certainly take it into account as we discuss our product roadmap over the coming weeks.
Pushbullet is a web app, which allows them more flexibility than us. Extensions in iOS are actually completely separate apps, and they’re limited solely to making http requests. Because Pushbullet only uses http requests in their apps, they’re able to mimic their iOS app within the extension. However, Infinit is not a web app, and is limited to our backend technology, which is a lot more powerful than that of Pushbullet.
Because Apple limits what we can do in the extension to web requests, we can only send data to the real Infinit app. In fact, Tumblr ran into the same problem, and if you are interested, you can read about it here: http://engineering.tumblr.com/post/97658880154/what-we-learned-building-the-tumblr-ios-share
We’ll be following what Apple does with extensions in order to improve this experience where we can though.
I'd like to be able to see the files I have send from my computer to my friends, on my ios devices and vise versa.
I have sent some files to other people from my Mac or my iPhone and I want to be able to download and/or resend them using a different device (which is logged in to my infinit account).
So it would be great if all of our uploads where synced across all of our devices.
Thank you.1 vote
Thanks for the suggestion. Right now, Infinit is a pure file transfer app. We’ve considered venturing into a sync app, and may do so in the future. For now, however, we’re trying to keep things as simple as possible.
We certainly understand the advantages of implementing a system close to what you have described, but with our current technology, and with limited time, we will likely address these concerns later on rather than in the near future.
Interesting suggestion. Playing videos on a Chromecast could be a big value added.
At the moment, it's a pain to scroll through a giant list of photos and videos. There must be a better way to organize this.5 votes
Our apologies for not providing an update sooner for this feature. We’ve looked into a better integration of content from other apps into Infinit, but unfortunately, Apple prevents any app from using content outside the camera. As a result, the only way to share folders, albums, etc. is by using the iOS 8 Share Extension. We’ll keep an eye out for new developments in iOS 9 though.
this idea is pretty linked to this one : http://help.infinit.io/forums/95479-general-feedback/suggestions/7205158-access-links-from-the-mobile-apps
But specifically add the ability to generate link from the extension. Exemple of use-case : select some photos in Photos app or some files in Transmit app and generate a compressed file to send to Infinit and generate link to send to someone.1 vote
Thanks for the suggestion! We may test this feature in the future, but at the moment, we’re quite focused on the send and receive features of the mobile apps. The reason for this is that by having content pass through the Infinit app rather than a web link, we’re able to better manage issues with file types or incompatibilities with raw file downloads particularly on iOS. That’s not to say this isn’t possible of course.
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