Best Business Apps of 2010

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Dropbox (iPad)

Forget having to e-mail yourself documents. This descendent of the Web-based version lets users sync up their Dropbox files between desktop, mobile, and iPad and share links to documents in their Dropbox with just a few taps of the finger. Label a document as a favorite, and view it even when you don’t have an Internet connection. “I couldn’t live without this,” says Raven Zachary, president of app development and consulting firm Small Society. While the app is free, Dropbox’s service includes tiered monthly pricing for more than 2GB of storage.
Price: Free