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    Can you copy iPhone apps up to an FTP?
    Hi,

    I use a program called SuperFlexible Synchronizer to to sync documents and files up to my FTP server. On the FTP server I run CrushFTP. Is it possible to sync iPhone apps up to an FTP? Has anyone done this using Crush?
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    Nigel

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    I didn't clarify, my company writes iPhone apps so we need to be able to sync our apps up to our FTP server for company synchronization and also for backups...

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