ZumoDrive Supersize Me: Store Your iPhone Data Online
Article by George Norman
On 02 Mar 2009
The previously covered online storage service ZumoDrive, which allows you to store up to 1GB of data for free, has gone iPhone native with a service called Supersize Me. The service is not exactly new, it has been around for some time now, but it has been in trial – now it is available as a public service and it is available for iPhone and netbook users alike. The great thing about ZumoDrive’s Supersize Me iPhone app is that it does much more than simply store your data in the Cloud.

“Why pick which pictures or songs to sync when you can take it all? With "Supersize Me" on your iPhone, you get access to all your content. Play your entire music library directly over the air, go through all your photos without syncing, and have all your documents at your fingertips,” explains ZumoDrive.

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As you can see from ZumoDrive’s explanation, you can look at the images you have stored online, live stream your favorite music tracks (supported formats: .mp3 and .aac) and open various documents (supported formats: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat, RTF, .txt) directly onto your iPhone. You no longer need to sync your iPhone with your desktop system, nor do you have to needlessly store files onto your iPhone – any file that you have uploaded to ZumoDrive Supersize Me can be viewed or streamed onto your mobile device.

Netbook users can enjoy the same functionality thanks to ZumoDrive Supersize Me – you can access data from the Cloud as if it were stored on a local drive or storage device.

You can store 1GB of data for free on ZumoDrive. If you need additional storage space, you will have to pay for it. Prices start from $2.99 per month (10GB of space) and go as high as $79.99 (500GB of space).

If you would like to get ZumoDrive SuperSize Me, a download location is available here.



Tags: ZumoDrive, Supersize Me, Apple, iPhone, Netbook
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