Fiabee releases companion apps to share, sync files between Chrome and Android
Fiabee for Chrome is pure HTML5, but while drag-to-upload is supported there's no Gmailesque drag-to-download -- which would be a nice addition. Files must be downloaded individually by clicking the down arrow that appears when you hover over its icon or thumbnail. Built-in Google Docs Viewer support is an excellent feature, with the viewer appearing inline when you click on a supported file (such as a PDF or Word document). Fiabee also integrates into the Android share menu for easy uploading from just about any other app on your device.
While Fiabee refers to itself as a sync app, it's not really fair to call it that just yet. At the moment, all that you really push to your phone is a notification. You'll need to open the Fiabee app head to its transfers screen to manually download files. On their website, Fiabee does list Windows under its "works with" section, but no full-fledged, desktop sync program has been made available yet. Nevertheless, it's definitely handy at times to be able to download a file and drag it right from Chrome's download bar up to the Fiabee drop zones for easy access on the go.
Check out the gallery for a closer look at Fiabee, then take the Chrome/Android one-two punch for a spin.