ReaddleDocs 2.0 released

January 07, 2010


Readdle has today announced the release of ReaddleDocs 2.0, file manager, document reader and attachment viewer for the iPhone. Along with its updated user interface, the new version offers more than 100 new features, including support for PDF text reflow and embedded links, along with an email browser that can access and save email attachments directly from the application.

Text reflow mode extracts text from the PDF document and fits it into the iPhone screen. It also lets people change text font size making it easier to read. Full text search, password protected documents, navigation through embedded PDF bookmarks and handling large PDF files are also supported.

"ReaddleDocs was always the most innovative file management app for the iPhone. Many functions like iDisk connectivity and built-in web browser that later become standard among the similar apps were first introduced in ReaddleDocs," notes Igor Zhadanov, Readdle CEO. "Our customers loves innovations and we are sure that revolutionary ReaddleDocs 2.0 will please them even more than new iPhone 3GS they got for Christmas."

ReaddleDocs 2.0 is available from the Apple App Store for $4.99 USD, and is a free upgrade for existing users. More information can be found at the official Readdle website.

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