There's now an iPad app for popular file-syncing service Dropbox. It'll allow you to access, edit, sync, download, upload and share Dropbox contents on your iPad and looks great. Just like the iPhone version, the app's free. [iTunes]
File-Syncing Service Dropbox Now Has An iPad App
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