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About a year and a half ago Apple revealed iCloud — its cross device syncing solution. With iCloud we were supposed to be able to easily sync and edit documents on all of our devices. While iCloud has lived up to this promise in many regards, iCloud document syncing is different from other syncing solutions in that it does away with the traditional file / folder paradigm and stores documents “in the app.” While this approach works well most of the time, other times, it is nice to manage documents and folders outside of iCloud’s in app interface.
That is where Cloud Mate comes in. It’s well known that you can manage iCloud documents from the Mobile Documents folder hidden away in the Library folder, and there are also free options like Plain Cloud that clean up the messy file names you find in the Mobile Documents folder. So what does Cloud Mate add that theses other solutions don’t have? Read on to find out and see if Cloud Mate can solve your iCloud document management needs.
Anyone working in a post-production field knows (or at least should know) the importance of a good file structure and naming system. With information, media, various files and more coming at you from every direction it can be difficult to find a place for everything. However, if a client abruptly requests a very specific clip or document and you can’t find it you will be in trouble. What are you to do? Check out an application like Post Haste.
Post Haste is a project management tool with a special focus on file structure and naming systems via the use of various templates. Post Haste is great for audio and video professionals, web and graphic designers, photographers, animators and anyone else with a need to keep projects and project assets neat and organized. Read on to learn more about what Post Haste does, what it has to offer and some of my thoughts on the application.