Sharing GoodReader Files Over a Local WiFi Network
Use your local WiFi-network to transfer files from your desktop computer to GoodReader.
If you're having trouble setting up a WiFi network, consider using USB File Transfer instead, which is much faster and much simpler to use.
(must be performed the first time only, no need to do it every time)
Make sure you have your own local WiFi network ready.
Connect your computer to your WiFi network.
Connect your iPhone / iPod touch / iPad to your WiFi network.
(must be performed every time)
Start GoodReader app on your iPhone / iPod touch / iPad.
Open GoodReader's WiFi-transfer page, keep it open all the time while transferring, note the IP-address on this page (you'll need it in Step 6).
Choose the transfer method and do the actual transfer.
After all the transfer is completely done, close WiFi-transfer page.
(hopefully you'll never need it)
Please note that WiFi-networking can sometimes be tricky, there are some hidden options that can prevent normal networking. Should you have any difficulties, please consult our Troubleshooting guide or contact our customer support service.
Has always been a great app, but after purchasing it full price before GR5, then re purchasing it after the major update - for them
to add dark mode and make it a paid (not even one time purchase but subscription cycle) feature is very bad taste. It should be free, especially given the price of the app, and long time supporters have likely purchased the app
twice due to the update years back, as well as generated GR revenue by recommending to friends etc. other than that, it's been solid over the years.
—Chris31390, Review on Apple Store
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