Why use a cable? Phone friendly USB drive for your phone!
How often have you had something on your memory stick and wanted to share, send or just read on the go? These memory sticks plug into your phone so you can forget cables and annoying “connected as media device” processes as this fast, simple solution works.
The Memory stick that taps directly to your phone.
This simple device frees you from having to connect to a PC and transfer, now you can unplug from your computer and keep going on your phone, no wires no copying and best of you don’t have to worry what version is the most recent as there will only be one version saved.
Top: The Mini USB connection for your Android phone. Bottom: Showing the standard USB.
Why do I need one?
The practicality of it means it is so easy to keep working, watching or creating your masterpiece while you are away from your desktop or laptop.
But it goes both ways, if you are taking videos and photos, save directly to the Eaget, and you have instant access to the file when you connect to the PC or TV.
What about the cloud?
The cloud is great for small files, but if you are playing with photos, presentations or videos it can not only quickly burn through your mobile data limit but also quickly zap your battery life.
Having an OTG means you can quickly jump from ur phone to your PC or even the meeting room projector, no cloud login, no download time and no mucking around trying to get your presentation loaded.
If privacy is also an issue, you can also be sure your data is safe from any third parties.
Save directly to the stick and then move to your PC effortlessly.
Working on the blog I’m taking a lot of photos and usually connect via USB cable, this is painfully slow, not the file transfer but just the loading, 2000 photos takes a while to load and then select. Using this I can snap and instantly have the collection on the pc.
Will my phone work with it?
Most phones now have “OTG” on the go, check online if you are unsure but almost every device running Android 4.0 or above will be compatible. Be sure to get the right one for your phone, most devices now use a Type C connection
I have an iPhone!
Well then you are out of luck, this is for the Android lovers, thank Apple for being unique and locking out third-party accessories with their MFI port. There are some available but they are pricier than the Android versions.