The Jungle Disk App gives you a few different methods of sharing files with users external from your Jungle Disk account. The app allows you to add files as attachments to email messages, email Public File Sharing links that can be used to download a file (this can be handy for files that are too large to attach in an email), and to use the iOS AirDrop feature to directly send files to other contacts on your same wifi network.
Email as Attachment: To email a file as an attachment, go to your Local Disk, tap on the file, and then click "Email." To send a file as an email attachment, the file MUST be downloaded to the device's Local Disk. Provided that you have added an email account to your device, this will pop up an email composition screen with the file attached. Keep in mind that some documents may be larger than what your email provider can send or that your recipient's email provider can receive.
Email Link: Rather than send a file as an attachment, you can send an email that contains a "download link" that will allow the recipient to simply click the link and download the file. This is a great solution for files larger than 25 MB, as many email providers do not allow attachments larger than this.
AirDrop: The iOS AirDrop feature allows you to easily send files to other iOS devices that are connected to the same wifi network and have bluetooth enabled. To AirDrop a file to another device, you MUST have downloaded the file to your Local Disk. To share via AirDrop, access your Local Disk and tap the file that you want to send. Tap the AirDrop symbol and within a few moments any devices available for AirDrop will appear. Once your target appears, click on their icon and proceed.
|Send as Attachment
||Send Email Link