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Phone Drive is an amazing utility that turns your iPhone or iPod Touch into a portable flash drive. At first glance the user interface looks simple but don’t be fooled it is pack with features. The app allows you to share your photos easily either through FTP, Wi-Fi or even HTTP. You can take photos, create text files, video and voice recording right from the app and share it with friends. I was particularly impressed with the ability to simply drag and drop files to upload all through my computer’s web browser. Phone drive is pack with a lot of features and I will have a video review up soon. Phone Drive also as a lite version but can only store up to 10 files.
– Files transfer through your computer’s web browser. (Drag & Drop files to upload)
– HTTP & FTP File Sharing via WiFi network.
– USB File Sharing via iTunes.
– Peer to Peer files sharing between 2 devices via Bluetooth or WiFi connection.
– Passcode lock .
– Add Text File, Folder, Images, Video, and Voice records.
– Document viewer with pinch zoom in/out. (by two fingers)
– Landscape view. (auto-rotation)
– Thumbnail image viewer.
– Create Notes with text editor.
– Move, Copy, Rename, Delete, and New Folder.
– Zip and Unzip.
– Send email attachments.
– Save images to Photo Library.
– Take Photos, record movies or import from Library .
– Create voice recordings.
– Search file name.
– Peer to Peer files sharing.
– Text file editor.
– Ability to play all MP3 files in the folder like a playlist.
– Repeat and shuffle songs.
– Support background audio playback.
– Support Audio Remote Control from multitask.
– Audio (WAV, MP3, M4A, CAF, AIF, AIFF, ACC)
– Images (JPG, PNG, GIF, BMP, TIF, TIFF, ICO, CUR, XBM)
– Movies (MP4, MOV, MPV, 3GP, M4V)
– PDF Documents
– iWorks (Pages, numbers, and Keynote)
– Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
– RTF (Rich Text Format)
– RTFD (TextEdit documents with embedded images)
– Plain text
– Source code
– HTML web pages
– Web archives.
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