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iPhone and iPad apps tagged "sync your files."
SugarSync Revamps iPad With Simplified Interface for Accessing Files in the Cloud
SugarSync, a free service that actively syncs your folders and files across all your computers and mobile devices, today introduced a completely redesigned app re-written from the ground up to be truly optimized for the iPad.
SugarSync Update Makes Syncing Mobile Photos and Videos Easier
SugarSync, a free service that actively syncs your files across all your computers and devices, today announced a new release of its free app that makes it easier than ever to sync your mobile photos and videos from your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch to your computers.
Sync and Share Notes with Sundry Notes Pro
Sundry Notes Pro is a note-taking app that refuses to limit itself only to text. You can include audio, ink, images, even tables and math formulas. Sundry Notes Pro also integrates with an impressive number of other services.
Take and Sync Notes with Notability for iPad
Notability is an excellent note-taking tool for the iPad.
Notability nails the balance between apps that favor creating typed notes or hand-written ones. While it is primarily designed for using the iPad's on-screen keyboard, there is a very-easy-to-use way with Notability to merge drawings, illustrations, or other graphics.
Top 11 Productivity Apps for the iPad
At it's release many heralded the iPhone as the productivity gadget that would change the world for working professionals everywhere. And yet, it only hinted at what the iPad now offers. It's hard to over estimate the difference that a larger screen and faster processor can have on one's out-of-office productivity ability.
Sync and Share Your Files With These Apps
Many attempts have been made to turn the iPhone into a portable memory drive. Already, AppCraver has looked at the acceptably-performing Datacase, the highly-regarded Airsharing, and the less-than-stellar Files.