iPhone and iPad apps tagged "cloud service."
Speed Up Your iOS Downloads Up to 300% with Turbo Downloader Amerigo
IdeaSolutions announces Turbo Downloader Amerigo 1.3. Turbo Downloader Amerigo is actually the fastest downloader on the App Store, thanks to the "Turbo" technology that speeds up downloads up to 300%. This App automatically splits each downloading file in 3 parts and downloads them simultaneously.
MyMusicCloud's Cross-Compatible Solution Streams Music to All Your Devices
If you're the type who lives life with a custom soundtrack of personalized playlists, streaming music over the cloud is the best thing since the iPod put 5,000 songs in your pocket.
Soonr Debuts Scribble App for Cloud-Based Document Sharing and Annotations
Soonr Scribble, the integrated annotation and cloud services app by Soonr, Inc., will make its iOS debut at Macworld this week. Scribble boosts team productivity by making it possible to do freehand annotation on any document type and collaborate seamlessly through the cloud.
Phone Tracker is a Joke — a Bad Joke
Presselite's Phone Tracker is a joke — but don't take my word for it. Look it up in the App Store, and read Presselite's explanation. Phone Tracker's main purpose — check that, its only purpose — is to display your iPhone's GPS location and pass it off as somebody else's.
Satchel The Backpack Client is a Full-Featured Organizational Tool
Satchel The Backpack Client by Stand Alone, Inc is an excellent tool for anyone seeking to organize a business, club, family, or other type of group where everyone needs to be kept up to date about projects and tasks.
Supersize Me - ZumoDrive Sends Your Files into the Cloud
Zecter's >Supersize Me - ZumoDrive joins a growing list of file-sharing apps such as Box.net's Box.net and Sharpcast's SugarSync that enable you to store your content in the cloud and download it to your iPhone or iPod touch.
Forget AirSharing. Box.net Offers Free Cloud Storage on iPhone
One of the most popular (and discussed) application uses for the iPhone has been document storage. First there was DataCase and Readdle Docs — two paid apps that allowed you to store files on your iPhone using a very cryptic (and often flawed) synchronization method.