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Mac on July 17, 2002, when it became a paid subscription service primarily designed for Mac OS X users.
Apple relaunched the service again as Mobile Me on July 9, 2008, now targeting Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, i Phone, and i Pod Touch users.
Mobile Me featured i Disk, an online storage repository accessible via a web browser at me.com, Finder on OS X, various apps for i OS devices, or as a remote disk in Microsoft Windows.
It also allowed sharing of files by selecting a given file using me.com/i Disk or the i Disk i Phone app, and then clicking a Share button that generated a unique link to this file, protected by password, that could then be shared by email.
Birthdays Calendar was added on i OS 4.3), but subscription calendars were available to view in Calendar by adding them through Settings Mobile Me had a public photo and video gallery feature.
Photos and videos could be uploaded in the web browser at me.com, synced by i Photo or Aperture on OS X, or uploaded from the i Phone and i Pod Touch.
However, the web host didn't support any server-side language such as PHP.
Notes (from the Mail app on a Mac computer, and the Notes app on the i Phone) were synced via the Mobile Me service, however were unable to be viewed or edited online.
To Do lists (controlled from the Mail app and the i Cal app on a Mac computer) were viewable and editable through the Mobile Me website (under the Calendar tab), but were not viewable or editable on an i Phone.
On that date all data was deleted, and email addresses of accounts not transferred to i Cloud were marked as unused.
Originally launched on January 5, 2000, as i Tools, a free collection of Internet-based services for Mac OS 9 users, Apple relaunched it as .