Then click on the uploaded file - the audio will start playing automatically.
Next, press the Hide button – this will bring the audio player to the background.
Note: While GoodReader is capable of playing audio in the background while the device is locked, there's a vital data security
By default, GoodReader puts all its files (with some exceptions such as iCloud files) under Apple's Data Protection engine, regardless of whether or not you are using GoodReader's own file encryption. This
engine makes sure that protected files are physically inaccessible while the device is locked by the device passcode. While being a nice security feature, this may prevent audio from being played while your device is locked. As a
workaround, GoodReader allows you to exclude all audio files from Apple's Data Protection so they could be physically read even if the device is locked. You can find this setting in the Settings menu on the main screen of the app, in
the "Security Settings" section.
I had been looking for a pdf reader that would directly work with files on my NAS, setup through
ownCloud since I wanted the ability to annotate pdfs both on IOS and Mac. This reader annotates and syncs to ownCloud that I can read and annotate on Mac using Adobe Acrobat. Since ownCloud works across internet, all my files are
always available and synced. Adobe Acrobat falls short of this feature set as their ability to work across various networked drives is very limited.
—Rpriyadarshi, Review on Apple Store
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