Today Readdle is pleased to announce the release of ReaddleDocs 2.1, the updated version of revolutionary file manager, document reader and attachment viewer for the iPhone. ReaddleDocs 2.1 introduces integration with Google Docs, online office suite, and Dropbox - popular cloud file storage. It makes ReaddleDocs 2.1 the only iPhone application that can move files between Dropbox, MobileMe iDisk and Google Docs.
Recently announced changes in Google Docs service allows storing the files of any type in it, which gives the popular software-as-a-service product an important online storage component. ReaddleDocs 2.1 utilizes these new capabilities by freely moving documents from Google Docs to iPhone and vice versa. In addition to regular office document types, Google Apps Premier Edition customers can copy any files to their accounts.
Support for the Dropbox cloud storage service is another very important addition implemented in ReaddleDocs 2.1. Now both free and paid Dropbox users can browse their Dropboxes looking for documents, download them to the iPhone for offline viewing and even upload files and photos from their devices to online. Combined with ReaddleDocs' ability to access email attachments, it makes ReaddleDocs 2.1 the first iPhone application that can save email attachments to Dropbox.
"Google Docs and Dropbox integration were two most popular enhancements requested by our users. We are glad to address these requests with ReaddleDocs 2.1 release and are sure that the update will allow our customers to accomplish even more tasks using their iPhones and iPod Touches," - says Igor Zhadanov, Readdle CEO.
Saving attachments via POP3 protocol has been significantly improved in the update. In addition, ReaddleDocs 2.1 features updated built-in web browser interface which allows instant return to last visited site and quick access to browser bookmarks.
Pricing and Availability:
ReaddleDocs 2.1 is $4.99 (USD) and available exclusively through the App Store in the Business category. It is a free upgrade for existing users.