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SkyDrive for Windows

Just before Google finally released Google Drive cloud storage and sync (see our First Take here), Microsoft made some improvements to its own cloud sync and storage service, SkyDrive, including releasing preview Windows and Mac versions of the SkyDrive app that's already available for Windows Phone and iPhone. (There isn't an official SkyDrive app for Android, but Microsoft has endorsed some of the free Android apps like Browser, Portfolio and Cloud Explorer).

April 28, 2012

Adobe releases Reader for iOS

Adobe has put out a version of its PDF reader software for Apple's iOS, addressing devices including the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.The free and fully-featured Adobe Reader hit iTunes on Monday, allowing users to read PDF portfolios and password-protected PDF files.

October 18, 2011 by

JavaScript decoder for MP3 - No Flash!

The other day I linked to code that Mozilla is hoping to bake into the Firefox browser to natively handle PDF documents, today let's look at an example of JavaScript code that will decode MP3 files.

June 19, 2011

Even More quanp Features

quanp recently came out with an upgraded iPhone app that hooks into their visual online storage service, allowing uploading and management of photos and videos taken on your iPhone. You can see multiple pages of docs, handle large files, send large files (up to 500MB)... all from your iPhone.

April 6, 2011

iOS LogMeIn Ignition update adds file-system access

An update to the LogMeIn Ignition app for iOS devices, such as the iPad 2, iPhone 4 and iPod Touch, now allows users to perform file-management tasks, in addition to remotely accessing the desktop of other computers.The new version of the iOS app allows users to directly access a computer's file system to view, move, edit, or copy files and folders to a local device for offline viewing.

March 21, 2011 by

Skyfire for iPhone - It came, it didn't work, it evaporated

Yesterday Skyfire, the browser that bought Flash video to the iPhone, made an early appearance in the Apple iTunes App Store. I paid my $2.99 and downloaded the app which promised to take Flash video and transcodes it into HTML5-compatible H.264 format, but due to overwhelming demand, I never got it to work.

November 3, 2010

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