For those unfamiliar with Dropbox, it's pretty similar to MobileMe's iDisk, only awesomer--that's right, I'm not afraid to say it. Dropbox is an online storage site that offers 2GB of free storage (you can pay for more) and lets you sync files between multiple computers. You can also access your files through an online Web interface and share them with friends. Best of all, Dropbox keeps a history of changes to your files, just in case of you need to go back to an earlier version.
The new iPhone application allows you to log in to your Dropbox, view your files (presuming, of course, that it's in
All in all it's pretty handy and it's a great way to easily access files when you're away from your computer. The Dropbox application itself is free, though it requires a Dropbox account. It runs on both iPhones and iPod touches with iPhone OS 3.0 or later.
This story, "Storage Site Dropbox Releases IPhone App" was originally published by Macworld.