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Apple posts MobileMe iDisk app for iPhone

updated 02:40 pm EDT, Wed July 29, 2009

MobileMe iDisk iPhone app

Apple has at last released the MobileMe iDisk app for the iPhone. First promised in June, the software lets MobileMe users view files stored in their online iDisk folders. Users tap a file to load it, or a nearby Share icon to compose an e-mail with a download link.

Files can be password-protected, and/or assigned a limited download timeframe measured in days. Designated Public folders can be accessed by anyone. The program is free with a MobileMe subscription, and requires iPhone 3.0 firmware; among the viewable filetypes are Office, iWork and PDF documents, as well as QuickTime-supported media formats.




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  1. doctor9

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +3

    But...

    Needs a method to move files & folders within iDisk, plus the ability to upload files.

  1. Zaren

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +4

    Cool

    It displays Word docs right on my Touch. Very handy.

  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -3

    Re: from where

    Actually, it needs the ability to download files. iDisk access doesn't help if you don't have a data connection at some point in time/space. Esp. for touch owners.

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