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button to pick the file to upload, just like on a desktop/laptop.** Easy downloading! Android Reverse Tethering 3.14 automatically scans for downloadable links.You may have to let the video play first, skipping any ads. Then close the video."The iUploader app is the only way I know of to load files such as resumes and cover letters to sites such as Monster and CareerBuilder (those having the "Browse for File" links intended for desktop use) from an iOS device. If there is another way to do it, then I'm just not aware of it. I asked for this on the Android Reverse Tethering 3.14 discussion forum months ago and now here it is! Thank you app devs for this!" - (5 stars ) user review"It's great that you finally can use the browse button to upload something, a photo, a resume, just add an attachment. You must do this in the browser / address bar in the app, it does not always directly from safari. So just copy the url from safari to the app. And there on the browse button Button...." - (4 stars ) Dutch user review** NOTE: You must use the built-in web browser in the app to upload your files.*** Compatible with the D-Link DIR-505 Mobile SmartPort router. Lets you upload files to the USB memory stick attached to your D-Link DIR-505 SmartPort mobile router.Uploading tested and verified with the following websites: Android Reverse Tethering 3.14 ** New ** Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access 2003. Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access 2010. Monster (.com and .co.uk) CareerBuilder Craigslist Android Reverse Tethering 3.14 Android Reverse Tethering 3.14 FloridaTechOnline (.com) Android Reverse Tethering 3.14 (.com) Toodledo (.com) Redmine based portals Petsfinder (.com) D-Link DIR-505 Mobile SmartPort router SoundCloud (.com) <- NEW ** filecloud (.io) <- NEW ** Taleo (talentexchange .com)

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