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I'm looking for a good program/app that will allow me to basically utilize my iPhone 4 as an external hard drive. I was trying to get some video I took on my iPhone on to my Mac but it was too big of a clip and I had to chop it up. Looking for something that would allow me to just "drag 'n drop" more or less. Thanks!

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I'm looking for a good program/app that will allow me to basically utilize my iPhone 4 as an external hard drive. I was trying to get some video I took on my iPhone on to my Mac but it was too big of a clip and I had to chop it up. Looking for something that would allow me to just "drag 'n drop" more or less. Thanks!
I use an app called "iFiles" that allows me to access my phone via the wireless network in my house. It might not be a great option if the file is huge and your wireless connection stinks but if the wireless connection is good it is a really simple app to use. Take a look at it, I'm sure it's either free or maybe .99 cents.
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PhoneDisk may be what your looking for, it mounts the iPhone directly in the Finder like a ordinary external HD.
But if you need to access your files on the iPhone as well this may not work.
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