You can do two things with AndCat: send TCP streams and receive TCP streams. This mean you can send files between any other device that's running AndCat, netcat, or any device that can use TCP sockets.
I made this to learn more about Kivy and to scratch a pain I've always had - transfering larger files from my computer to my phone or tablet. You can read more about how this happened on my blog.
I'll make a release build of the app available on the Google Play store soon, for now you gotta build it by hand. If something's not working, there's some good docs.
pip install -r requirements.txt buildozer android debug
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