MobileMe iDisk Makes File Sharing Easy With IPhone

mobileme There is some good news for iPhone users. Apple has launched the free MobileMe iDisk iPhone app on AppStore. This app is available only for MobileMe subscribers.

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The basic task of MobileMe service is to sync all contacts, emails and calendar events between your iPhone and PC. Other than the synchronizing function, MobileMe provides other important services for iPhone users. IPhone users can quickly upload images stored in the iPhone to create a photo gallery speedily. Moreover, the Find My iPhone feature of MobileMe allows iPhone users to track their lost iPhone from any computer. It also allows iPhone owners to erase sensitive files stored in their lost iPhone from any remote location.



MobileMe iDisk
MobileMe has further expanded the domain of its service by the new MobileMe iDisk app. This app makes it easy for iPhone MobileMe subscribers to store and share files online. Using iDisk app, one can access files stored in their iPhone on their PC from any location. With the iDisk app, iPhone users could access files saved in their computers or iPhones in any format, including Microsoft Office files, PDF, presentations and iWork 09 documents. The integrated accelerometer of your iPhone’s display will allow you to browse your files on the iPhone in both landscape and portrait views. To share files with your friends and colleagues, you can upload a file into the Public folder of iDisk. Your friends can download the shared file from the Public folder by downloading iDisk with any web browser. To share a file, touch the share icon on iDisk and select the recipients.

MobileMe iDisk will send an email, with a link to access the files, to the recipients. Besides the easy accessibility and sharing features, another advantage of using MobileMe iDisk is availability of huge storage space.



MobileMe subscribers could avail up to 20GB storage space. You can divide your storage space between your mails and iDisk app. You can also keep your files secured on iDisk, by assigning passwords to the sensitive files.






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