Not much…not much at all: you could expect less than 1 mb for 10000 files metadata. It will not scale linearly with the number of files because the data are compressed in sqlite format so this will likely never be an issue
Great question! Reality is that there are no logical limitation beyond those imposed by situational memory, disk space, cpu utilization.
As iPhones become more powerful and network connection more stable, CloudFella will scale up accordingly.
From the Dashboard, tap the big Cloud image and then tap on the “reset” option on the top right of the new page.
It does (as required by Apple), but currently CloudFella is designed to work best for the iPhone: an iPad version of CloudFella that will take advantage of all the iPad specific features (mainly the bigger screen) is currently being worked.
No, CloudFella will refresh the cloud service authorization token for you, unless you decide to unlink the cloud service from CloudFella
Open CloudFella, tap on the big cloud image and when the new screen appears simply tap on the cloud service you want to disconnect.
You tap to link (if not linked) and you tap to disconnect (if already linked). Simple 🙂
Not at this moment. When there is a change in your data saved in a cloud drive linked to CloudFella you may want to refresh the file list for that cloud service to have the most up to date information loaded into the App.
We are working on a “smart background fetch” feature to automate this process: stay tuned !
Yes, they are saved automatically in the Vault and categorized for you (e.g. a .doc file will go in the Document directory while a .mp3 file will go in the Audio).
Yes, you can: go to Vault and identify the file you want to delete, then swipe to the left and you will see a red delete button. Tap on the delete button and voila’, file deleted.
CloudFella will only delete the local file. The original one in the Cloud will not be touched
No it won’t. Duplicate search is only related to files in the Cloud for online drive services linked to CloudFella..