At the new iPad launch, Tim Cook took time out from saying glowing things about Apple products to say something critical about Android tablets: Many apps available for them feel like nothing more than smartphone software that’s been stretched to fill a larger screen. It’s a fair criticism. But there are also some iPad apps that have the same too-much-white-space design.
Until last week, one of them was the iPad version of SugarSync, the otherwise nicely-done service for syncing files between multiple computers, phones and or tablets and keeping everything safe in the cloud. It got the job done, but it looked pretty much like a copy of the iPhone version that had been flattened by a steamroller.
But there’s a new update for SugarSync for the iPad, version 3.0, that finally feels like SugarSync for the iPad. It has a space-efficient multi-pane interface, supports gestures such as…
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