Date: Thursday, July 30th, 2009, 05:48
Category: iPhone, Software
I’m not sure how critical your MobileMe account is to you, but as of yesterday, it came to the iPhone. According to Engadget, Apple released MobileMe iDisk, a long-awaited free application for iPhone OS 3.0 that enables iPhone and iPod touch users with MobileMe accounts to access the inner sanctums of their own iDisk.
The app lets users log in, view files up to 20 megabytes and share files by sending others a link via email to whatever you deem appropriate. The application includes an option to password protect assorted files and limit the amount of days the download is active, though viewing files is limited to iPhone-supported file types such as iWork, Office, QuickTime, PDF, etc.
MobileMe iDisk requires iPhone OS 3.0 or later to install and run.
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