I came across this app today when I when I was in Itunes. It's a file and document manager for the iPod Touch and iPhone. This seems to be a very feature rich app. It was released March 8th and is free for two weeks. The only feature I got to test at the moment was that I was able to connect via Wi-Fi (FTP) to my PC and transfer documents over to my Touch, which I think is pretty cool. It supports many file types. This is the first such app I have used like this so I can't wait to see what else it can do. While it's still free, download yourself a copy and try it out. You can check out the full specs on iTunes or at www.digidna.net. This is their Pro version of the software which is why there will be a price on it soon.
SafeWallet for iPhone has been updated to version 1.2.6! The new update brings a great list of new features! Including multilingual support, copy to clipboard for use with different apps, multiline notes display and editing and much more! Keep reading to find out more about the new SafeWallet for iPhone, free upgrade details for registered users and two introduction opportunities: SafeWallet for iPhone for only $0.99 and SafeWallet PC Companion for only $4.95!!
For all you users out there using the regular version of Documents To Go like me, there has been an update to it.The new additions include an in app upgrade via purchase to their premium version, the ability to freeze rows and columns, PDF view rotation, and the now viewing of RTF and TIFF files. You can also set up a gmail account for apparent attachment viewing from there (I do not have a gmail account so I can't comment on that).
ReaddleDocs version 2.1 presents integration with Google Docs and Dropbox. This integration makes ReaddleDocs 2.1 the only iPhone application that can move files between Dropbox, MobileMe iDisk and Google Docs. In addition to Google Docs and Dropbox support it has:
I thought I would write a little bit about my switch from my old pocket PC to my touch. I did some research on the productivity and organization software I used and wanted before I decided to change last year. I see discussions now and then about people wanting to upgrade to a newer or replacement device that is not phone related, such as myself. I had written an article for a long term test that was featured in a UK magazine last year. Some of my notes are below as well as some current updates I have done since.
I found an awesome way to keep all my tasks and thoughts together. The app is Awesome Note. I could describe it - but the pictures below are worth 1,000 words.
I wrote a review of Evernote a couple weeks ago. That is still the best at keeping my research, recipes, etc. notes together. What makes Awesome Note even more awesome - it syncs with Evernote. It also syncs with Google docs - if you haven't jumped on the Evernote bandwagon yet.
There is a small learning curve with Awesome Note - but it is very small - the video below will help.
Bottom Line: Worth $3.99 - a must have for moms. I give it 8/10.