Read SD cards on your iPhon ewith “ZoomIt”

by Mike
Posted February 9th, 2010 at 2:47 pm

One of the chief complaints I see with certain Apple laptops is the lack of more ports. The SD port in particular was a big one until Apple recently added them to the Macbook Pros. But an iPhone? The makers of “ZoomIt” seem to think the iPhone platform is a perfect fit for their services. In order to get the full experience, you’ll need to pick up both the iPhone ZoomIt app and ZoomIt SD card adapter that attaches itself to the phone. Once plugged in, users can transfer over photos from the iPhone’s memory and save them to any plane jane SD card for easy, expandable storage. Likewise, you can push images form the SD onto the iPhone where they are viewable within the photo app.

Those hoping for a true USB-disc mode like environment will be disappointed to know that the ZoomIt only supports actual picture images at this time. That means that any data you do happen to push across to the iPhone’s memory that isn’t a photo is invisible as far as the phone is concerned. You can’t really fault ZoomIt too much for this as any feature that would allow access to any and all data types via the app would surely be rejected from the app store.

These rather limiting issues aside, mobile iPhone picture taking warrior may see the $60 price tag as quite the deal. From here however, it just looks like an over priced adapter, backtracking on the whole idea of cloud storage. Anyone use the ZoomIt and think otherwise?

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