Documents.Me is a cross-cloud mobile solution for your iPhone or iPad

Documents.Me is a cross-cloud mobile solution for your iPhone or iPad
You like to use Google Drive, but maybe your job uses iCloud or Dropbox. Documents.Me lets you access them all through one application as well as manage email and attachments at the same time.

If you have an iPhone or iPad, you can access all your clouds securely, whether it is iCloud, Dropbox or Google Drive (SkyDrive, Box, and others to be supported in future updates). The app also lets you manage your email attachments as well as remotely access documents on your Mac or PC.

One of the neat features is the unified search function, which enables you to search files based on name or content whether it is in one of the clouds or on your PC or Mac at home or work. Of course, you can save documents to read offline later if you choose. You are also able to copy and store between different clouds seamlessly using your iPhone or iPad.

For any IT or legal types that worry about security or auditing, you can enable a PIN log-in with a security wipe feature for the app (10 wrong log-in attempts deletes synced data). Plus, all synchronizations, access and email is logged on the device and host computer with a time-stamp and other information to satisfy auditors or reporting requirements.

If this solution sounds a little familiar, it may be because this was called DocSync in a previous life. The app was available for the iPad only, but not surprisingly, a lot of users wanted to see the app available for their iPhones as well. After a period of beta testing late last year, we now have Documents.Me as the final product, with an enhanced UI and is now available for the iPad and iPhone. From the looks of it, this does address a reality of people trying to manage multiple projects, companies or lifestyles and gives them the ability to handle them all through a single application.

Documents.Me is free to download on iTunes.

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