I'm late to the party but Dropbox seems the obvious choice.
thanks psalad, I thought of this, of course, but back to my original question:
Mrs H wrote:
What is the easiest way to put several - OK more than several - documents onto the iPhone?
We have train schedules with attachments (created in Word, currently .doc) and city information with photos (in TextEdit .rtfd) that I'd like to get onto the phone. (Yes, we are heading back to Japan)
Is there a way to get the documents onto the phone in a way that will allow us to access that info without being connected the internet, which is to say - without access to iCloud?...
I need to be able to store the documents on the phone - sometimes we are without internet in Japan. I don't know if that's possible with Dropbox (I have an account, but have never used it).
I'm still leaning toward Documents 5https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/documen ... 01807?mt=8
But I don't know.
Evernote was suggested, but reviews of the latest version are less than stunning.
I have to figure this out soon because I've got to learn how to get docs into the manager once I decide what one to use.