WebDAV Client is an application which allows accessing file storage and sharing servers like MobileMe iDisk, box.net or other servers on the Web that support WebDAV protocol. You can browse such servers, download, upload, delete, rename, mov, copy and create files and entire folders.
WebDAV Client is used to speed-up his WebDAV-related tasks. It does not matter whether you are a power user managing many WebDAV servers or just a beginner creating his first web site. WebDAV Client will guide you through the world of WebDAV safely and with ease, providing you with benefits not available in today's WebDAV clients.
✔ Mount remote file servers to iPhone with Wi-Fi or even on 3G network
✔ Access Dropbox, MobileMe iDisk and other popular online storages easily. If you use more than one online storage, it will handle all of them.
✔ Download, upload, open and edit files remotely.
✔ Save Email Attachments or Files from other apps
✔ Open attachments directly from Mail app, via "Open in…" feature or even in other apps that support document forwarding.
✔ Send files to iBook, ReaddleDocs, GoodReader and other apps("Open In.." integration)
✔ Read MS Office and iWork Documents
✔ Built-in viewer supports PDF, MS Office (Word, Excel and Powerpoint) and Apple iWork files. To read other documents simply print them in their application as PDF files and copy them to it.
✔ WiFi file transfer (Browser or Webdav clients)
✔ USB file transfer (iTunes file sharing)
✔ Unzip local zip files into folders
✔ Mail out documents as email attachments
✔ Copy files to clipboard
✔ Air print any part or all of a document wirelessly.
Here are examples of popular online or cloud storages which support WebDAV:
Apple iDisk – https://www.me.com/
Box.net – http://box.net/
myDisk – https://mydisk.se/
CloudMe – http://www.cloudme.com/
The same technology lets you connect to build-in local Wifi WebDAV servers via WiFi – connect directly (via WebDAV protocol) to any other file management and sharing application on another iPhone or iPad that is currently connected to the same WiFi network. You don't have to create records for such servers – they will be detected and shown automatically in most cases.
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