few things first: 1. I'm not into app development 2. I'm not sure if someone already has a similar web app already made. 3. I want my million dollars if someone takes this idea and it turns out to be as big as Filefront or Photobucket like sites. (or at least throw me a few grand, a wendy's burger? something ) Ok. did anyone happen to notice that a url string that ends in a format that is readable by iPhone displays on iPhone? For instance: http://oam.ocs.doc.gov/docs/CS/Handbook_2006.doc will load as a viewable doc on your iPhone. (Warning its a hefty doc: 87 pages so it might take a minute to load on iPhone) It works with urls that end in .pdf .... I havent tried other formats yet. THE APP idea: If someone created an web storage service, very similar to Photobucket where you can upload files after a quick log in. (iPhone friendly site) Then allow the subscriber to upload up to 100mb or 10mb or <insert number>MB of space to use. Then if possible allow access to those urls after log in only? (not sure if that would be possible with safari on iPhone) What you end up with is online iPhone storage for just about any viewable document you can upload. You could even allow a user made directory so that users could organize their files.