The latest version of Ecamm Network’s PhoneView for the Mac adds support for the iPad.
Dropbox, the free file-syncing service, is a great way to make sure that the copies of your to-do list and resume are the same on all your Macs. But that's just the beginning of what Dropbox can do. Dan Miller explains.
As we wait for Apple to unveil the next major iPhone OS revision, here are a few features we'd like to see that would change the iPhone experience for the better.
With the iPad version of Things, you can now sync and manage your to-dos with the existing Mac and iPhone versions of the app.
With the iPad version of SugarSync, you can remotely access and share your files and folders from the company’s paid cloud-based services.
GoodReader, the acclaimed file preview app for iPhones and iPod Touches, has arrived for iPad with a brand new Tablet Edition.
On Thursday, Apple announced MobileMe support and syncing for its newest device. MobileMe will also offer a "Find My iPad" option and Remote Wipe.
Memeo has announced its Memeo Connect Reader app for the iPad. The program syncs with your Google Docs account and lets you read and view files stored on the service, even when you're offline.
MacJournal is a popular rich-media journaling and blogging client for the Mac. Now it's made a 1.0 debut on the iPhone, complete with blogging and syncing with its big brother.
This new version of SmileOnMyMac's time-saving text snippet tool gains faster tools, search, more powerful options for customizing snippets on the fly, and easier ways to sync one's snippet library between Macs.