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iStick™: The World's first USB flash drive with integrated Apple Lightning connector. Made for iPhone & iPad.
iStick™: The World's first USB flash drive with integrated Apple Lightning connector. Made for iPhone & iPad.
iStick™: The World's first USB flash drive with integrated Apple Lightning connector. Made for iPhone & iPad.
7,495 backers pledged $1,100,629 to help bring this project to life.

$500K in 5 days! $750K stretch goal announced.


You guys are amazing!

We raised over $500,000 in just 5 days since our Kickstarter project launched. That means the $500K stretch goal of Passcode/Password Functionality is now unlocked! It's also time to announce the new $750K stretch goal of Dropbox Integration.

With Dropbox Integration, you will have easy access to your Dropbox storage right from the iStick app. Easily move files between your Dropbox account, the iStick app and the physical iStick itself.

Linking your Dropbox account to the iStick app is purely optional, which should serve as a relief for those of you who are concerned about security of your data in the cloud.

Please help us to achieve this $750K stretch goal by continuing to share on Facebook/Twitter and telling your friends, colleagues and family about iStick.

Looking forward to announce the $1M stretch goal which will be a BIG ONE.

Thanks and Happy Weekend!

Daniel and the HYPER team

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      Tom Kunz on

      Daniel, Although a backer, I have never received my iStick. Can you please check your records? Tom Kunz, Magnolia, TX

    2. Benj on

      G'Day iStick Family
      It¨s wonderfull to see how many People like this great Project!
      I think it makes sense, to integrate WebDAV to the 750K Goal. To connect for example Owncloud or other selfhosted cloud-server with WebDAV.

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      Nathan Anthony Smith on

      I hope the 1 million dollar goal be double the space we have.

    4. Josh Cleveland on

      Dropbox definitely cool!!! But one drive and especially FTP would be really awesome! You guys rock, keep the innovation coming!

    5. TechGadgeteer on

      +1 for integration. Thanks.

    6. Zane Revai on

      Will the password option also use iOS's built in Data Security for on iDevice storage in the App??

      Is there any truly cross platform encryption tools that could be implemented on the iStick device that could be iOS, Mac OS X, Linux and Win 7/8 compatible??

    7. Nicholas Trausch on

      +1 for OneDrive... With Office for iPad now live, think this would be very useful.

    8. Daren Han on

      Is there integration between ? I got more storage in there compared to Dropbox.

    9. Lim Jian Nan on

      Dropbox can be download from app store. what make it so special to have it in istick? password functionality is very good as it is for security. hope to see something special.

    10. Daren Han on

      Does cloudftp or iusbport detect this device as USB ? Just wondering since I backed your earlier device.

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      Nahum on

      I came here to say that Dropbox is not the only cloud service... One drive too will be great.!

    12. Glenn Kelly on

      Whoo-who! Press to Dropbox! David ... I believe the makers should target the greatest population of cloud storage users first and then everything else in descending order. I use SugarSync, DropBox, Box, and OneDrive in that order. I am sure that a huge population uses DropBox; however I agree with the biggest bang for the buck being OneDrive right now. I am sure the rest will be considered sooner or later (minus SugarSync or Carbonite)


    13. Dave W on

      Agreed Erno. How about OneDrive,, transporter, and copy? I use transporter because it's the best bang for the buck (750Gb for $100 lifetime); not everyone uses Dropbox.

    14. Ernö Kovacs on

      Dropbox is cool. Good Idea. Plz. consider other services äs well, especially ones you can do from home yourself, eg. WebDav, ftp, seafile, owncloud. Thx