For everything iPhone can do, there’re quite a few glaring omissions in its feature set: copy and paste, Flash, MMS, video recording, wireless syncing, to name but a few. But thanks to Avatron Software, we can cross one of iPhone’s shortcomings off the list: file sharing.
I recently bought iWork ’08. I put the DVD into my drive, but when I double-clicked the installer, an error message said, “No default application specified to open the document iWork08.mpkg. Choose application.” Why can’t I install this program?
Out of the box, the iPhone and iPod touch can sync with Outlook’s appointment calendar and address book—but not its task list. For those who live and die by the to-do, that’s a major omission. Chapura’s KeyTasks comes to the rescue, offering limited but effective task synchronization.