Wearable Launches AirStash, First USB Drive for iPad and iPhone
The world’s first and only USB flash drive for iPad and iPhone called AirStash was released by Wearable, Inc., and will be showcased at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES (News - Alert)) in Las Vegas for demonstration. AirStash includes the WebDAV firmware enhancement that eliminates the common iPad complaint about the lack of a USB drive.
Instead of emailing files over the Internet to another device in the same room, iPad users can wirelessly save and share documents to AirStash. Using the same convenience, reliability and security of a standard USB drive, gigabytes of file transfer can be completed wirelessly or via USB.
Having unlimited storage capacity of up to 32GB per SD card slot, iPhone (News - Alert), iPad and iPod users can easily store as well as stream movies, photos, music, eBooks, and documents using the built in media streamer included within the pocket size wireless flash drive.
iPad users can leverage AirStash to wirelessly save documents from their tablet and share the documents with others based on industry standard WebDAV technology with support for new and existing applications such as Apple’s (News - Alert) Pages, Keynote, and Numbers. Due to the compact nature of AirStash, users can store and stream premium video and audio from their pocket.
With the help of the premium social multimedia server, users can instantly enjoy movies, TV shows, and music while on-the-go. A single AirStash device can enable user to share and play different media files on multiple devices simultaneously. The yet-to-be approved Easy Photo Browsing and Importing new native app for iPad and iPhone app catering to professional photographers allows quick and easy browsing and importing of photos. Professional photographers can make use of the application for in-field editing as well as emailing with third party apps.
In a press release, Matthew Klapman, CEO of Wearable, Inc., said, “We created AirStash to solve the problem of portable expandable storage for multiple mobile products, which is needed more every day due to gigabyte size apps and larger media files that fill up the internal storage on iPad and iPhone devices. Our goal is to become the essential accessory for all mobile devices just as the USB flash drive is for computers.” According to Matthew, AirStash with support from the industry standard WebDAV storage has become the universal USB flash drive for all smart mobile devices.
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Edited by Jaclyn Allard