Sideloading is a term, similar to "upload" and "download", but describing the process of transferring data between two local devices, in particular between a computer and a mobile device such as a cellphone, smartphone, PDA, or portable media player. Sideloading typically refers to media file transfer to a mobile device via USB, Bluetooth or by writing to a memory card for insertion into the mobile device.
Sideloading as it relates to Oomph means moving your Oomph project folder, containing your stack of section folders, to your Oomph App on the iPad via iTunes File Sharing. The screengrab below show a highlighted Oomph viewer and the Oomph Viewer documents window. All you have to do is zip your project folder and drag it into the documents window. That's it, you don't have to sync or do anything else. The file will be transferred to your iPad, this may take a minute or two depending upon the size and will be installed into your Oomph App.
Note: If the zip file you upload is the same name as an existing version already on the iPad it will overwrite it, so be careful when dragging and dropping files.
In the current version of Oomph Apps a sideloaded project is identified by an icon in the bottom right corner as shown in this screengrab.
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