Gobbler iOS Mobile App
Media Gobbler has announced that the Gobblermobile app for iOS enabled devices is now available in the iTunes app store.
- You can log into Gobbler at any time from anywhere, and locate the whereabouts and details of any cataloged project.
- Remote file access: Access your files that have been backed up to Gobbler from wherever you are.
- Remote file transfers: Transfer files from your Gobbler account using the mobile application.
- No limits on transfer size or file types: Whatever your file size or type, Gobbler can send it.
Gobbler is a backup, transfer, and organizational tool for managing audio project files and assets. Gobbler is designed "to solve some of the most frustrating problems that musicians and producers face on a daily basis, without getting in your way or changing the way you work."
It is designed to integrate with most major DAWs to help you keep your files secure, expedite the process of sending and receiving, and provide access to them from anywhere with an Internet connection.
Pricing starts at $8 per month for 25 GB Storage & Transfer. If you sign up before April 13, 2012, you can get a free 5 GB account.
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