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GoodReader Makes Windows File Sharing Easier with SMB Support

GoodReader Makes Windows File Sharing Easier with SMB Support

GoodReader, the world’s best-selling document reader for iPhone and iPad, announces support for Server Message Block (SMB) protocol, making it easier-than-ever to share documents with Windows PCs and laptops. Support for SMB, the standard protocol which all Windows computers use to share folders on a local network, makes it easier to connect from GoodReader to a PC or laptop for sharing files between the computer and iPad or iPhone.
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GoodReader for iPhone and iPad Gets Friendlier with Mac with Support for AFP Protocol

GoodReader for iPhone and iPad Gets Friendlier with Mac with Support for AFP Protocol

GoodReader, the document reader which achieved the rank of #2 best-selling iPad app in 2010, has been updated to support AFP protocol, both for GoodReader’s server-style access and Auto Sync. Support for AFP, the standard protocol which all Mac computers use to share folders on a local network, makes it easier to connect from GoodReader to a Mac for sharing files between the desktop and mobile device.
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GoodReader for iPad Now Available, Enable Text Lookups for PDF files

GoodReader for iPad Now Available, Enable Text Lookups for PDF files

The iPad version of GoodReader has just been updated to enable text lookups for PDF files. You can now select a text in a PDF file and use the magnifying glass button on the popup menu to find this text in:
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iPads and GoodReader on Delta Airlines

iPads and GoodReader on Delta Airlines

Did you know Delta Airlines is replacing flight manuals with iPads and GoodReader? Yes, it’s true! Airlines are providing pilots with iPads and GoodReader – especially since GoodReader was originally designed as an app for pilots! The company president was contracted to develop a suite of apps for pilots (navigation, wind calculation, document viewing, etc.) but the project funding was canceled when it was only 20% done. He liked the direction of the document viewer so much that he bought it for himself and continued building it – and GoodReader was the result!
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