Here is an incomplete list:
A user can use the app to manage files on their devices. Most native file managers on mobile or touch devices provide only a flat and incomplete
view of the underlying file system. A user has no means of accessing most of his/her files. These simplified versions are easier to use. But
some more sophisticated user may find it too limited for some of their needs.
The app client of V-NET provides a new file system navigation system that allows a user to visit or manage his/her files in more "traditional tree like"
but small screen friendly ways. However what can be access depends on what is allowed by the underlying OS. A user of Android system is allowed to
visit most of here/her files. However mobile or pad systems from Microsoft and Apple are more limited.
A user can use the client interfaces to manage security, devices and other aspects of his/her network.
A user can use the client interfaces to do audio/video streamings on supporting endpoints to support the accomplishment of certain remote sensing tasks
in a secure and controllable setting without the needs of expensive equipments, services and/or softwares.
A small group of mutually trusted users can create a shared account to do collaborative works, including data exchanges, text/audio/video calls,
etc.. Note that the current client side of V-NET is sometimes "single threaded" in multi-user collaboration sense, it can focus on handling one remote endpoint
at a time. Otherwise, data transmission could be interrupted in certain interaction patterns.
The "concurrency" capability of the clients will be further improved in the future.
A user can use the client interfaces to manage his/her social contacts and network. The social network part of V-NET is
still in its infancy at present. But it will continuously grow in the future.