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GoodReader for iPad Now Sync With Remote Servers

  • Price: $2.99
  • Category: Productivity
  • Updated: Feb 10, 2011
  • Current Version: 3.3.0
  • 3.3.0 (iOS 4.0 Tested)
  • Size: 11.6 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller: Yuri Selukoff
  • © 2010 Good.iWare

Requirements: Compatible with iPad. Requires iOS 3.2 or later

GoodReader for iPad has been updated with the ability to sync to remote servers.

GoodReader is the super-robust PDF reader for iPad – the #1 selling non-Apple app for iPad in USA in 2010! Mashable describes it as “a Swiss Army knife of awesome!” Reviews worldwide hail it as “essential,” “the best,” “magnificent” and “the killer app”. With GoodReader on your iPad, you can read virtually anything, anywhere: books, movies, maps, pictures. Use it once and you’ll be hooked. Soon you’ll be wondering how you ever managed to use your iPad without GoodReader.

What’s New In This Version:
Synchronization with remote servers:
● sync with iDisk, Dropbox, SugarSync and any WebDAV or FTP server
● entire folders as well as individual files can be synced separately
● you can set up many different files/folders to be synced with different servers. Later you can either sync them individually, or sync them all at once by pressing just one button.

Various sync parameters can be adjusted:
● file/folder deletion can be prohibited separately for local and remote files
● a choice of options is available for sync conflicts – “Ask what to do”, “Leave unresolved”, “Local files have priority”, “Remote files have priority”, “Create duplicates”

Downloading-related improvements:
– SugarSync support
– web browser can now be locked with a password
– entire folders can now be downloaded from remote servers, no need to download files one-by-one now
– several files and folders can now be downloaded from remote servers at once – select what you need to download and press the “Download” button
– files and folders downloaded from remote servers can now be saved to any folder, not only to “My Documents”
– files downloaded with web browser are now saved to the current folder
– files and folders can now be uploaded to servers with Overwrite option, no need to delete old ones before uploading
– downloading of files is now continued on the background for several minutes

Other improvements:
– file lists can now be sorted by name, size and date, both ascending and descending orders are available
– PDF files: faster text search in large files – for some files it’s now twice as fast as it used to be
– PDF Annotations: squares, circles and polygons can now be converted into “cloudy” shapes and back
– PDF Crop Margins feature now offers the “Crop to current view” button: zoom in and pan to whatever you’d like to see on the screen after the cropping, and this button will crop out the rest, making the cropped page’s aspect ratio match the screen’s one
– PDF: “Fit to width” preference can now be set separately for portrait and landscape modes
– pictures imported from Photo Roll are now saved to the current folder
– other minor improvements and bug fixes

You can purchase GoodReader for iPad from the App Store for $2.99.

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