ReaddleDocs is a revolutionary document viewer, file manager and attachment saver for iPhone and iPod Touch.
“One of the apps that makes iPhone worth the price” – Walt Mossberg, The Wall Street Journal.
What’s New in Version 2.1.2
– PDF speed improvements
– PDF link position issues fixed
– File Viewers: Minor interface changes
Readdle is Fantastic!
by Dave 108
If you want to have easy access to Word, PDF, Excel, or HTML files on your iPhone, then this is the app for you. Don’t be fooled by the ignorant reviewers making up flaws about this program that don’t exist or complaining about $15 for the app. This program works perfectly and is the best $15 I have ever spent on productivity.
Those of us who felt that the single greatest missing feature on the iphone was the ability to store, access and elegantly read our files finally have the solution. I LOVE READDLE. It is so easy to upload the files I want from my PC or Mac to Readdle, and even easier to download them from Readdle to my Iphone, where they remain available to me forever at a moments notice.
It is incomprehensible how anyone would think that $15 is too much for a program that solves such a flaw in the iphone and provides the ability to forever store and elegantly display our Word, Excel, PDF and Html files.
I am grateful to Readdle for fulfilling the promise of true file storage and access on the iPhone. If that is what you are looking for as well, and you want it simple, versatile, elegant and easy, don’t hesitate, buy Readdle. You are going to love it!
It does what I need it to do and does it well
I needed an app for me to read PDF and MS Office documents offline (i.e. documents are stored on the iPhone itself). It seems that I downloaded the updated version because I don’t seem to have the same problems some of the other reviewers have had. I have some fairly large files (10Mb PDF), though I don’t read books or novels with my iPhone (I imagine those files may be larger). I can go to landscape view. I have around 50 documents that I can reference anytime now. Overall, I’m quite happy with the app because it adds functionality that I need to a device that I’ve already plunked a lot of money into.
Not as “unlimited” as advertised…
by Foolish Frost
It seems that without streaming the files, you can only files up to 100k. ESPECIALLY with PDFs. Keep this in mind.