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The splash screen gives you the address for the website, where you can download the PC or Mac software for syncing FileMagic to the rest of your world.
The built-in Quick Start Guide is one of the best features of File Magic. Tapping on the "line items" takes you to a detailed description of how to perform a task
Here, for example, is a screen showing how to send files to another device or email recipient.
This Word document opened properly, but it was very small...
Here's what happened before File Magic crashed trying to open a 13 MB .doc file. You can't say they didn't warn me...
PDFs look good in FileMagic, but you can open them in Mail on the iPhone. Do you really need another app to look at PDFs?
About the only real settings here are for a password and to allow file transfers. The rest is marketing and a "how-to".
This is a pretty standard password screen as well, requiring confirmation and allowing a hint.
This bold-face font looks clunky compared to what you see in the interface for other file transfer apps, but it IS more readable.
Out of about 30 slides in this presentation, only three appeared. None of the graphics on the slides appeared.
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