updated 06:55 pm EDT, Fri April 11, 2008
FarFinder downloads files
Flying Mac today unveiled FarFinder, a remote file access for the Mac that allows users to browse and retrieve their files from their Mac using a standard web browser. In addition to working on a desktop or laptop computer, FarFinder can also be used through Safari on the iPhone and iPod touch. Since files can't really be downloaded to the iPhone, FarFinder will email the file to a desired address. FarFinder is currently available at a special price of $20.
The company claims FarFinder is simple to configure, and is "install-and-forget". The software can also automatically configure routers so that users do not have to learn what ports they need to change.