Whether you’re on a Mac, an iPhone, or an iPad, there comes a time when you want to download something on a Mac you’re currently not in reach of.
That’s where Transloader comes in - it waits on your Macs to receive links from your other devices to download.
You’re surfing on your iPad and come across a PDF file you want to download on your home Mac?
Paste the link into Transloader for iPad and assign it to the Mac.
Apple just released a new Xcode beta you want to download on your office Mac so it’s ready when you’re back in front of it? Just send the link to it with Transloader, and the download will start right away.
You prefer Google Document links to open in Google Chrome, instead of being downloaded in Transloader? Define a Link Action for it.
Based on the link’s scheme or host, you can define apps or Automator workflows that should handle the link instead of being downloaded in Transloader.
Does a download require you to be logged in?
Either log in beforehand to sites you know you’re going to download from, or log in remotely whenever it’s required.
Transloader for Mac, iPhone and iPad has been tailored to each system’s advantages, with your user experience at the heart of every decision.
Get the most out of the app with its Share extension and Siri Shortcuts integration.
Do you want to open a zip file, or organise your files after they’ve been downloaded by Transloader? With a File Action, you can.
Based on the file's UTI, its filename extension, or the host’s domain, you can define apps or Automator workflows to handle the files.
Transloader can keep you informed about the state of your downloads - and your Macs - with push notifications.
You’ll always know when a download finishes, fails, Transloader launches on a Mac, a Mac goes to sleep, or Transloader quits.
At no point does Transloader collect any data, nor does it transmit data to me or third-parties.
Your internet connection is used exclusively to enable Transloader’s functionality.
Aside from starting downloads from the app itself, or Siri Shortcuts (see below), you can initiate downloads on remote Macs without leaving your browser.
Click or tap the image to see a video of it in action on an iPad.
You want to keep your files organized, open particular files with an app, or run a custom Automator workflow on selected files after they download in Transloader on your Mac?
Set up a File Action, based on a file’s filename extension, UTI, or the website it came from.
You wish you could open a particular URL assigned to your Mac with a specific app instead of having them downloaded by Transloader, or run a custom Automator workflow with it?
Link Actions let you do just that, based on URL schemes, or hosts.
Click or tap the image to see a video of a File Action being executed.
Some downloads may require you to log in to the host’s site before being able to access the file.
Transloader lets you log in to websites you anticipate to download from beforehand, or after the fact.
Click or tap the image to see a video of it in action on an iPhone.
Transloader uses your iCloud account to keep your Macs, iPhones and iPads in sync.
It stores the links you add, a bit of metadata about them, minimal information about your devices and optional login cookies you supply.
At no point is any data collected, or transmitted to me, or third parties.