ShifD is designed to let users easily shift notes, links, and addresses between their computers and their mobile phones.
Instead of e-mailing yourself notes to remind yourself to do something or links to stories you want to read, you put them into ShifD and create a feed that is automatically available on your mobile phone. You can use a standalone Adobe Air app on your desktop or a regular Web browser. On your mobile phone, ShifD supports most mobile Web browsers, and is also offering customized versions for the iPhone and the Blackberry. You can enter notes back into your SHifD account from you mobile phone by texting to "SHIFD".
|Feb 25, 2008||Gigaom - Updated: New York Times Launching Its Mobile-To-PC Content Sharing Service|
|Feb 24, 2008||TechCrunch - ShifD Launches in Beta. Move Notes, Places, and Links From the Web to Your Phone.|
|Jun 26, 2007||TechCrunch - Shifd: A Clever Mobile App From The NY Times|