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Jun022009

iStorage - You can FINALLY SEND files from your iPhone!

For the last 6 months I've been investigating ways to use the iPhone as the ultimate portable handheld recording device for voice-over while traveling.  I found a serviceable recording interface, that when used with a studio condenser mic worked nicely.  There's also recording software available for the iPhone that will even let you edit your recording, called Poddio, but it's uploading function is not yet active (waiting for Apple to allow this).  However, the app iStorage seems to have already solved that problem!  You can upload to any FTP OR your iDisk folder while on WIFI and 3G networks. 
We are getting really close to a truely hand-held iPhone recording/sending device.  another thing we are waiting for is the ability to actually create an MP3 from an AIFF file directly on the iPhone, since we don't want to have to send AIFF files.
Now all we need is Source Connect to jump on the iPhone bandwagon...
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