SoonR lets you access your PC from your phone

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Learn to encrypt your files, secure your computer when using public Wi-Fi, enable two-factor authentication, and use good passwords.

Wow. SoonR lets you access files on your desktop PC/Mac from your mobile phone. And it is free. That is all.

What, that wasn’t enough for you? I don’t know how amazing this is from a technological point of view, but from a productivity point of view, it is amazing and then some. I’ve been searching for a phone with enough memory to sync all my active client files, but this solves the problem. We may not have much in the way of high-speed 3G here in the U.S., but this is more than enough to get a file every now and then.

Of course, this won’t do you much good unless you have a smart phone, but that’s an upgrade you’ve been needing to make, anyway, right?

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  • Hey Samuel, thanks for the post about our service. I am one of the founders of SoonR and our PR folks pointed me to your blog. In the SoonR web site (http://www.soonr.com/web/front/winners.jsp) you’ll find stories about how people were able to use SoonR to accomplish all kinds of great things.

    I do want to mention that SoonR works on any phone that can access the web through a browser. It doesn’t have to be a smartphone. We have a lot of people using SoonR from their Razrs and other standard phones. In fact we have a lot of people using SoonR on non-3G networks like Edge and even regular old 1x. When we began SoonR way back in the day, we used to demo using a Kyocera phone and sometimes a TMobile Sidekick (the old one). So I can tell you that it’ll work on almost anything!

  • S. Glover

    Yeah, but you can’t exactly open a Word file on your regular phone. The real usefulness is the ability to get to your files from anywhere.