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Wow fanboy post, maybe should post the macos calculator update also...
@androidlove it's a new app so what's the problem?
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@androidlove It marks a significant change in how Apple approaches files. They've long been all about "you don't need to manage individual files, let apps do that for you."
@androidlove Teehee [fangirl laugh]
Google Drive is serving me well. I own an iPhone and Macbook but I am trying to get myself out of Apples caged ecosystem and try and use cross platform services more. I will try my hardest to avoid using this for anything serious. Apple are playing catch up with the industry, it's a shame but it's true.
@chrissy_collins Word. I wish I could use Apple Files, but I use Google as it's SO much better [despite the VPN hurdle] #chinaproblems
@chrissy_collins While I agree that Apple is a terribly tightly closed ecosystem, im not sure Google's competing product is the solution the problem. You are trading one caged ecosystem for another. Granted Google is cross-platform, but otherwise it is still a caged ecosystem. Google Drive is a great product however. I use Drive, Sheets, Docs, etc several hours everyday for work.
I have a file manager called Dropbox...
I'm looking at a replacement down the line for my Macbook Air. Not an Apple diehard by any means so will review an Ipad Pro against a Surface also... that said, if Files can give me a native file interface for my Dropbox and Google Drive instances then that's a solid win.