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Apple has updated the MobileMe iDisk app for the iPhone [App Store, Free] for viewing and managing files stored on the MobileMe iDisk storage service. The update now autocomplete email addresses, saves and copies images, and has improved download speeds, as well as other improvements.
Apple has released their highly anticipated (and rumored) iDisk iPhone application to the App Store. The app allows users to navigate their files and folders stored on their iDisk account on MobileMe, letting you view files and share them with others, including the ability to set a password on the file and an expiration date.
We're still waiting for Apple to release the iDisk application they let out of the bag at WWDC, but clues on Apple's website show that it could be on the way. A tech note was uncovered yesterday on how to remove the iDisk app from your iPhone or iPod touch. It doesn't get in juicy details, but it does show that Apple has at least been thinking about it. Screenshot of the page after the break.
Lost amongst the other items yesterday was Apple's (silent) announcement of an iDisk application for MobileMe customers. The app will allow users to access files stored on their MobileMe iDisk from their iPhone or iPod touch. iWork and Microsoft Office documents, as well as PDFs, audio, and video can can all be opened using the app. Files can't be downloaded, although it does cache recently viewed documents. Files can also be shared from the app and public folders are available as well. When it's released, the iDisk app will be free.