I found this app while looking for a easy and fast local WiFi transfer client. This fits the bill perfectly, you can transfer from your computer to your Android or iPhone device with ease.
It's a Google Chrome app, Android and iPhone app.
Once you have the chrome plugin for your computer, you will get a screen that looks like this: (That square black and white box is the QR code, in case you didn't know)
Then when activating the Android or IPhone app, you get this screen:
It says DennysComputers because that's my router's WiFi name.
Hitting Scan will activate your camera. Simply aim the camera at the QR code. (the strange looking box thing again for you who are new to the QR craze.)
Your Android device or phone should now have this screen:
Here's what the Pushbullet team has to say about their useful software:
Portal is a new app brought to you by the Pushbullet team.
Portal makes transferring pictures, videos, and other files from your computer onto your phone simple. Just grab the app, scan the code above, and then drop as many files as you want onto this site. We'll get them onto your phone, and we'll do it fast!
Files are transferred over your WiFi connection. This means they don't count toward your mobile data limit and that files are transferred very quickly (even if they're over 1 GB in size).
Have Android 5.0 (Lollipop) or newer and a removable SD card in your phone? Portal can save files to that removable SD card so you can get the most out of it (just tell us to in the Android app's Settings).
You can open and share the files you've sent to your phone right from the Portal app, and pictures are automatically added to the Gallery app on your phone.
Using Chrome on your computer? You can drop entire folders and we'll transfer them without a hitch.