updated 01:45 pm EDT, Fri August 1, 2008
DataCase beta begins
Veiosoft has announced a new app that allows an iPhone or iPod touch to be used as a wireless storage device. DataCase works with any computer that has wireless capabilities or is connected to a wireless network. It works with Finder on the Mac or any web browser can be used on a PC. This allows users to begin transferring files without having to install any additional software. DataCase allows users to simple drag and drop files, allowing users to quickly update the information stored on the iPhone. All uploaded files can then be viewed right on the iPhone, Powerpoint presentations, PDFs, Word Documents and Excel Spreadsheets are all supported by DataCase. DataCase also allows users to create multiple volumes for separating data. Each volume is independent and can have different access rights assigned to them. Volumes can also be set up to alert the user before allowing a connection to be made, keeping a users information private.
DataCase is currently in the beta stage but Veiosoft is hoping this period to be short and hope to release the app early next week.