Based on Aspera's FASP transport core, Aspera Faspex Mobile lets you upload and download packages to and from mobile-enabled Aspera Faspex servers. Uploads can be made from photos or videos in the photo gallery on your Android device, or directly from your device's camera. Image and video content in downloads can be viewed by viewing apps on the device; other content can be viewed in compatible apps if they are installed on your device. High-speed FASP transfers for Android: - Your Android Faspex transfers are powered by Aspera FASP -- packages are sent at high-speed, regardless of file sizes, transfer distance, or network conditions, while being fair to other network traffic. - Reliable, with automatic retry and resume of interrupted transfers, and automatic switching between WiFi and phone networks. - Real-time transfer progress and performance display. Easy to use native Android app: - Uses "email" paradigm for sending and receiving Faspex packages.- For video and picture content, thumbnails are shown for downloaded assets and for packages being composed, to help you work with the right assets. Fully integrated with Android and the photo gallery: - The app interfaces with the photo gallery, and packages being composed are able to include content from it. - Users can access the device camera directly to shoot pictures or videos for the package, without having to leave the app. Interoperable with Faspex, Aspera Connect, iOS Faspex app, Cargo, and Outlook Add-in: - Aspera Faspex is fully supported -- packages originating from a Faspex server or other Faspex clients can be downloaded directly to an Android device using this app. - The app can send standard Faspex packages from the device. Those packages can then be downloaded using any Faspex client, any browser using Aspera Connect browser plug-in, or automatically to the desktop using Aspera Cargo. Secure: - If called for by the Faspex server, package contents are encrypted, over-the-wire. - The sending user can also call for the content to be encrypted with the Aspera "encryption-at-rest" (EAR) feature. Such packages remain encrypted in the Faspex server and can be decrypted after being downloaded by the recipient using the Android Faspex app, using a shared secret. To use this app, an account on a mobile-enabled Faspex server is required, and your transfer server(s) used by Faspex must be version 4.1 or higher and also must be mobile-enabled. Your Android device must be running Android 4.0 or higher.