There’s just nothing like iFolder. And soon (if not already), there may not even be iFolder.
Make sure to stop by the noFolder.com site, read Dan’s plea, and vote in his “What is iFolder worth to you?” poll.
You see, the challenge with iFolder is that it isn’t trying to *sell* you something on the back-end. It doesn’t have an *angle*. It isn’t trying to *hook* you. As a result, there’s no business in it as a commodity. It’s just an awesome, unassuming service that everyone would love; if only they knew about it.
I’m not sure what will become of iFolder down the road, but I’ll still be using the last functioning version for as long as I can..