If you thought your BlackBerry (s RIMM) couldn’t possibly be more useful, you might want to think again. Sharpcast just announced a public beta of SugarSync for BlackBerry; the company already has mobile clients for Apple’s (s AAPL) iPhone and Microsoft’s (s MSFT) Windows Mobile platforms. The handheld client works with the SugarSync service: You can store and sync files between Macs or PCs and the cloud, where you can access them on your handest. Here’s a rundown of the main mobile features on a BlackBerry:
- Remote file access retrieval and upload support for Office docs, music, videos and more.
- On-demand file synchronization.
- Shared folder access: You can send an e-mail link for a shared folder right from your BlackBerry.
- Photo browsing and uploading direct from the handset.