File management apps on iPhone are my favorite. And unlike what you see in some other app categories, there are so many good disk management apps available for iPhone that you are never out of options if one fails on you. The competition at the top is very close, and you have real options when it comes to choosing an app to manage your files and disks from your iPhone. With that said, if you are looking for an iPhone app to view, share, and transfer files using your iPhone, here are 10 disk management iPhone apps you should consider downloading:
Air Sharing: a great way to view your documents and manage your files on the go. One of the best apps available in this category.
ReaddleDocs: manage your files and attachments easily on the go. Transfer files to your iPhone, read books, view documents, and lots of other things with ReaddleDocs.
ezShare: a killer app that lets you access your laptop or PC files right from your iPhone. You can even manage your Amazon S3 account.
Mobile Disk: a cool little app that helps you manage your MobileMe account on the go without having to pull out your hair. It’s easy to use and painless.
WiFi Disk: helps you manage your files and documents on your iPhone. It turns your iPhone into a portable hard drive.
OneDisk: another cool disk management tool for iPhone that lets you store your files, manage your MobileMe account, access your Box.net storage, and other WedDAV enabled services.
Files: store your files easily on your iPhone and send them to your PC or Mac. You can also email them to your friends and family.
WiFi HD: a cool little app that turns your iPhone into a mobile hard drive which you can use to share and send files to your PC or Mac. You can do the same with other iPhones as well. Very handy.
Hard Drive: a very sophisticated file sharing app for iPhone that turns your iPhone into a file server which you can use to send files and back forth to your computer and vice versa.
MobileMe: needs no introduction. It’s designed to help you manage your MobileMe account on the go. A cool way to view, share, and manage your files on your iDisk.
There you have it. I have got about 40 other apps in this very same category, which is why you should keep an eye out for the second and third parts of this list. Please don’t forget to share your experiences with these apps below (positive or negative).
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