Top 5 Best Android Web Hosting Apps For Mobile Users

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If you are running your own website, you know how stressful it can be to learn that your site is not functional for some reason and that there is nothing that you can do about it. One of the ways to try and avoid something like that happening to you is to find a perfect set of apps for your Android which would allow you to resolve your hosting issues without having to have your PC nearby. There are a lot of apps out there doing a number of specific things, and we have tried to mention the most useful ones in this list.

Top 5 Best Android Web Hosting Apps For Webmasters

1. AndFTP

This is great app, as it not only offers a ton of possibilities as a SFTP, SCP, FTPS and FTP client, but it was shown to be reliable and very practical. Its file browser comes with share, sync, upload and download functions, and you are given the ability to update, delete, rename and, naturally, open permissions. The free version will already help you out in a pinch, but if you need to be able to do a folder sync, you will need to get the paid version for $5.


Not a lot more to this app than its name says. Basically, this app will let you check internet speed wherever you are. You get all the necessary data, such as ping speed, upload and download, and are able to check if the speed that you are actually getting is close to what you are paying for. The app is completely free.

3. Server Density

This handy little app allows you to keep track of your server load. You can create different alerts and be notified on each one of them immediately. This app can not only help you diagnose an existing problem, but if you are vigilant enough, it can also help prevent a problem from coming up in the first place. The app is free, but if you want to use it you’ll need an account at their site, which might be pricey after the trial period.

4. kWS

This is basically a server which will allow you to serve files over HTTP and host websites. Transferring large files is not a problem, even though your phone is being used as a server, but one of the downsides of the app is that you can’t upload the files to the phone. This app is free, which might be a bit surprising when you consider how useful it can be in a pinch.

5. Overlook Whiz 

Another app which allows you to carefully monitor the state of your servers and follow detailed notifications and any changes. Even though the app is quite accurate and gives a lot of information, you are not able to customize it too much, so its usefulness might be limited. It is completely free though, so testing it out shouldn’t be too much of a problem, and you might be surprised at how fast and reliable this app really is.

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One Response to “Top 5 Best Android Web Hosting Apps For Mobile Users”

Prem krishnan | May 14th, 2013 at 1:52 AM

Good one Richardo … Thanks for the info Will start using web hosting apps in my android mobile from now :)

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