GoodReader 4 Comes Up With a Major Update

Good Reader 4 is now available in the App Store introducing powerful PDF Page Management features. Its a universal app now, available for both the iPhone and iPad. The new set of features involve PDF Reflow option, PDF Annotations along with Markups and highlights. There are improvements in Reading PDF files, Importing files, syncing with Cloud Storage and the management of files.

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The PDF Reflow enables word-wrapping PDF text to fit in the screen, after which auto scroll is possible and the text can be ready seamlessly.

The PDF Annotations, Markups and Highlights are enhanced with options to create sticky notes, highlighting of text, drawing lines, arrows, squares, circles and callouts. Freehand drawing can also be enabled along with typewriting feature. The annotations can be shared via emails. The management of PDF Pages can also be done by adding, deleting, rearranging and extracting emails.

Reading PDF files is also made easy with this major update wherein huge PDF files work smoothly with an Ultra 50x zoom and search for text option, along with tapping of PDF links to jump across the files.

Importing of files is equipped with options such as USB and WIFI file transfer, downloading from the Web and downloading email attachments. For syncing and storage, download and upload options are available to Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive, Sugar Sync, WebDAV, FTP, SFTP, AFP, SMB. Auto Sync with all these such as Dropbox, OneDrive, SugarSync, WebDAV, FTP, SFTP, AFP, SMB is possible.

With this update Managing of files have become easy, the app now allows to find files and organize them into folders. Copy, Move and Rename options are available along with Zip, Unzip and Unrar. The files can be sent via email to other apps ensuring complete protection of private data.

While the upgrade is paid, the app is available at an introductory price of $2.99. This offer is for a limited period.

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