SmartVault for iPhone and iPad
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SmartVault is the safe and easy way for businesses to store and share files. With SmartVault, you can access all your documents anytime, anywhere, and from inside your favorite business apps, like QuickBooks and Microsoft Outlook. Today, more than 15,000 users rely on SmartVault to securely store and share all of their business documents.
In addition to anytime anywhere access for you and your co-workers, you can easily and securely share confidential documents with clients, business partners, and professional services providers.
SmartVault for the iPhone and iPad lets you go mobile with your SmartVault account:
• Search, browse, and view all your files and folders in SmartVault
• View documents, presentations, spreadsheets… most document types… all from your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch
• Email documents as attachments or send secure links to any file
• Easily upload photos to SmartVault – really handy for taking pictures of receipts (or any other images you need to upload to SmartVault)
• Works with other apps that support the “Open in…” feature to share files between apps
• iPad users get an enhanced PDF viewer in full-screen mode that’s fantastic for viewing PDF files and a great way to run slide shows right from your iPad (if you save presentations to PDF one slide per page).
What's New in Version 2.1
Minor issue fixes and improved support for iOS versions 7 and 8.
Barely any effort put into it, and it shows
Nice in theory, unbelievably clunky and hard to navigate in practice.
Why do I need to reset a passcode for the app every time I reauthenticate my login credentials? For that matter, why is the login handled through Safari and not through the app itself?
What does the search function actually do? I've never gotten it to return a single result. Not a client name, not a folder name, not a file name, nothing. Ever. Every single search I have ever tried has come back "no result".
Why do I need to download a file (after painstakingly navigating to it since search doesn't work), often using several megabytes of cellular data, in order to simply get a link to the file to email to a client?
Why can't we see or administer invites/ account status/ who has access to a folder, etc?
When I try to move a file from one folder to a different one in the same vault (like, say, from one of my my folders into one the client can access) why do I have to navigate through the entire folder tree from scratch? Why not default to the folder you are already in and let the user back up a level or two for a much faster result?
Needs a lot of work. You can, and must, do much better than this to be truly powerful and useful as a tool on the go.