Dear Apple -- Where's the iDisk App?
Hey, it's started to work with Push Notification apps, so who can blame us for taking a second bite at the Dear Apple. So...
Where's that free iDisk App at? You remember, the one on your What's New in MobileMe website:
The free iDisk app, available from the App Store in iTunes, lets you view your iDisk files right on your iPhone. Popular file types, such as Microsoft Office and iWork ’09 documents and presentations, PDFs, and more, are viewable in landscape or portrait. Just tap the file to access it and use pinch gestures to zoom in and out. And any file you’ve viewed recently doesn’t need to be reloaded. So if you start reading a document in the cab to the airport, you can quickly resume reading it on the plane.
One of the great features of iDisk is file sharing. Files that are too big to email can be shared easily by accessing your iDisk online at me.com. Now you can enjoy that same convenience using your iPhone and the iDisk app. Just tap the Share button, choose your recipients, and iDisk sends them an email with a link to download your file. You can limit the number of days a shared file is available and set a password to protect it. And you don’t even need to download a file first to share it.
Apple, you tease! It's labeled "Coming Soon", fair enough, but any hints on how soon "soon" is?