Last Week, the Gladinet Cloud iPhone & iPad application was updated to version 2.0. It is an important milestone of Gladinet Cloud. The native iOS application not only allow Gladinet Cloud users easily browse and view their files and folders in the Gladinet Cloud, but also allow users to do offline reading, send and share files and folders directly from the iOS device. It also has better local application integration so it is easier to open documents and view it in the iOS device.
Better iOS Application Integration
The application now support offline browsing and document reading. Once you marked a file or a folder as offline, the folder will be downloaded. Once the files and folders are downloaded, you can then turn on the “Airplane Mode” and continue to use Gladinet Cloud to browse and use files that are local to the device.
Share Files and Folders
Each files and folders now have a right hand side accessory button to open files and folders related tasks. One of the task is “share”. You can click on the button to share the file and folder with other users.
You can also send comments about the files and folders directly from the iOS device.
From the bottom toolbar, there is a camera upload button. The button will allow upload of pictures.
Gladinet Cloud also includes WebDAV support now so for other document editing applications that support WebDAV, they can mount Gladinet Cloud as a WebDAV source and edit the document from there.
Gladinet Cloud iOS application works with Gladinet Cloud Personal/Team/Enterprise and Service Provider editions.