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    • Alanis Morissette
    • Ten years after the original release, comes the traditional celebratory acoustic re-recording. The album has held up remarkably well. While it is not as meaningful to me as it was when I was sixteen,
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Apple Releases MobileMe iDisk for iPhone

Apple has, at long last, released an iDisk app for the iPhone. MobileMe iDisk allows MobileMe users to view, manage, and share the files on their iDisk directly from their iPhone or iPod touch.

Features:

  • View files on your iDisk
  • Access Public Folders
  • Easily share files from your iPhone
  • Quickly access recently viewed files
  • View iPhone-supported file types, including iWork, Office, PDF, QuickTime, and more

Apple specified that files larger than 20MB may not be viewable.

The app is free, supports English, French, German, and Japanese, and can be found on the App Store.

MobieMe iDisk Screenshot
MobileMe iDisk Screenshot

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Dennis said:

So I guess the whole “degrade performance” argument only applies to when people try to stream or move data from NON-APPLE services, huh? Big failboat hypocrites.

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Lee Dronick said:

So I guess the whole “degrade performance” argument only applies to when people try to stream or move data from NON-APPLE services, huh? Big failboat hypocrites.

There is a file size limitation with this app.

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Bronco46blogs said:

So what’s is the problem with a company limiting who uses their stuff. There is a solution if you don’t like the way they do business. But some other equipment. Its about the company and you being equally free to choose.

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