Apple’s iOS devices may lack natively memory expansion, but PhotoFast has now come up with solution that just about bests the official camera connection kit. What you’re looking at here is the i-FlashDrive, a memory dongle that sports both a USB plug and an Apple 30-pin dock connector, and it comes in three flavors starting from 8GB at $95 up to 32GB at $180. What’s more, the drive also works with a free Cupertino-approved app that provides both external and internal file management (for music, photos, movies, and more), contact backup, and native MP3 playback. Want one? Then head over to Taiwan for a mid or late June launch, or watch out for its US debut shortly afterwards.
If you are one of them and would like to double up your iDevice as a flash drive, iPhone Explorer is for you.
This is a nifty piece of software for Windows and Mac users that offers an easy way to manage files on the iPhone. The iPhone Explorer application
is free to download and offers the following functionalities
* Drag and drop interface: Copy files from and to your iPhone using the simple click and drag interface
* Folder Management: Create, Edit or Delete files and folders on your iPhone
* Flash Drive: Use free space on your iPhone or iPod touch to carry documents like in a flash drive
* File Preview: This option is enabled by default to make file transfering easy
iPhone Explorer to manage files on iPhone easily
The best thing about iPhone Explorer is that it works even on non-jailbroken iPhones. However, if you do own a jailbroken device, iPhone Explorer will be extra useful and lets you access the address book, SMS, emails, etc. from the system root.
The application works on all versions of iPhone and iPod Touch. If you are eager to check this out, click here to download the application for free. As always, don’t forget to provide us with your feedback.
[via Life Hacker]