LogMeIn Ignition Adds Google Docs and Dropbox to iPad App

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LogMeIn Ignition for the iPad and iPhone now incorporates the ability to access files stored in Google Docs and Dropbox through cloud software. 

LogMeIn IgnitionDubbed My Cloud Bank, the feature allows users of the remote desktop access app to view, copy, transfer and save files between their iOS devices, personal computers and other cloud services. Once the cloud services are configured, a simple screen gives users access to all their files stored in either Google Docs or Dropbox, while also allowing them to store individual files accessed from the app locally on their iOS device for easier future access. 

The My Cloud Bank allows users to transfer files and folders between remote computers and the cloud while on the go, in addition to letting users view files and folders on their computers and syncing Dropbox and Google Docs on their iPad. 

The update is free for existing LogMeIn Ignition users, while new users will have to pay a one-time fee of $29.99 for the app, which can be purchased in the iTunes App Store.



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