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A brand new design for iPad with amazing file management features. iPad is just like your personal data hub. So, you definitely need a powerful file management app to manage docs, pics, videos saved in iPad or email. OrganiDoc HD provides you a wonderful way to browse docs, pics, videos in different user interface. A protected area is designed for users to save private data and keep it a safe way. In addition, OrganiDoc HD even integrate popular internet cloud disks such as Dropbox, Google Docs, MobileMe iDisk, box.net, Soonr...etc. So, now you can manage all your files scattering in different storages into one app.
Last updated 26 Mar 2012
Published 27 Mar 2012
When I first bought my iPad a few years ago I looked upon it as a really useful little toy to access email and Facebook when traveling. A couple of years down the track and with the help of WiFi technology and a few essential apps it has turned into a second computer that i tend to use more than my Mac at home and at work. OrganiDoc HD has just turned into one of those essential apps! This staggering and very powerful file management application is almost the missing link that revolutionizes your tablet and is virtually a USB for your beloved iPad. It enables you to smoothly and easily manage your docs, photos, videos and music via a slick interface and keep all your precious files up there in the cloud.
OrganiDoc HD is a brand new design for iPad with amazing file management features that make it rather like your personal data hub. Here is a file management app that manages your documents, pictures and videos saved in iPad or email and gives you a powerful way to browse them in a nicely organized and easy-to-use interface with a protected area designed for safety and privacy. In addition, OrganiDoc HD even integrates popular internet cloud disks such as Dropbox, Google Docs, MobileMe iDisk, box.net and Soonr so you can manage all your scattered files into the one app. It functions pretty much like a USB flash drive would and is designed to support a...