GoodReader is an iOS application used to view documents in different formats, including .doc, .pdf, and .txt. It is developed
by Good.iWare Ltd. – application development company which creates and publish application in productivity genre.
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The latest version of GoodReader enables iPad users to view two documents side-by-side. It also offers a long list of improvements to its built-in PDF viewer and methods
for securing files.
This iOS app debuted back in 2009, not long after the original iPad, and has been called a Swiss army knife of file managers.
GoodReader can access files of many types from the iOS
device and iCloud of course, or these can be pulled from other cloud-storage services or even FTP servers. It can view and annotate PDFs, but can also display Microsoft Office files, videos, images, MP3s, and more.
iOS: If Hell exists, I will spend eternity being forced to read PDFs on my phone. I'll be pinching and zooming some D&D playbook or work document, struggling to fit
the whole page on the screen while making the text big enough to read, then doing the whole thing again on the next page. And I won't have GoodReader, the powerful and customizable iPhone app that makes PDFs less painful, for a