ShareDrop is an HTML5 clone of the Apple AirDrop service. It allows you to transfer files directly between devices, without having to upload them to any server first. It uses WebRTC for secure peer-to-peer file transfer and Firebase for presence management and WebRTC signaling.
Warpinator is a free, open-source tool for sending and receiving files between computers that are on the same network. All you need do is install Warpinator on the computers, choose a group code, edit your firewalls if necessary, and that’s all.
Warpinator for Android is an unofficial port of Linux Mint's file sharing tool of the same name. It is fully compatible with the original protocol and allows for easy transfer of files between Android and Linux devices.
WiFi File Explorer allows you to browse, download and stream files that are on your phone, using a web browser via a WiFi connection. No more taking your phone apart to get the SD card out to access your camera pics ;)
WiFi File Transfer is a light-weight web server that lets you upload and download files to/from your phone over a wireless connection. Transfer files without a USB cable. The free version limits the file size to 5 MBThis app doesn't have any features at the moment.
WebSharing enables you to wirelessly transfer files to and from your phone/device using a web browser. You can play and manage music, view your photographs, and manage files on your device using your WI-FI network.