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SugarSync logoSugar Sync has launched new iOS Apps to better manage your files.

SugarSync's new iOS apps add a bunch of new features to the existing iOS apps to make it easier to share files with friends, and manage your cloud-based files. You can now send your documents to installed apps for editing, like QuickOffice, Documents to Go, and GoodReader.

Addtional features include: new sharing features for sending links instead of file attachments, copying, moving, and deleting files in the cloud, sharing using the native address book feature, and performance updates for both the iPhone and iPad applications.

Music can now be streamed from the cloud into the app using background music streaming like Pandora or the iPod app. Photos can now be downloaded from the cloud onto your device, and subsequently sent to an installed photo editing app.

The SugarSync app is available in the iTunes Store or through Sugar Sync's website.

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