I’ve been a big fan of Dropbox, a completely seamless remote storage solution, since they first had their closed beta. They provide two gigabytes of storage for free, have native clients on Mac, Windows, and Linux (including 64-bit!) that Just Work™, and have a ridiculously clean website that makes seeing a history of changes, and even restoring deleted files, wonderfully simple.

Recently, Dropbox has been getting some love for how awesome it is, and as I was poking through Hacker News comments on the service, I discovered yet another reason Dropbox rocks: they have an iPhone interface that lets browse your photos and documents, and see any recent changes to your folders. Basically, anywhere you have an iPhone, you have access to your Dropbox.

It’s little things like this that make me think I really should have gotten an iPhone instead of a Blackberry Pearl.