Today Readdle releases a new version of Documents, its most popular iOS app that now speaks 9 languages. Covering more than 60% world's population, the new version is now available in English, Spanish, Italian, German, French, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Brazilian Portuguese.
Launched in January 2013, Documents by Readdle instantly became one of the most popular apps on the App Store to view files and movies, listen to music and to get documents from various online services like Dropbox, Box and Google Drive. Within the first week after the launch, more than 1 million people were using Documents on their iPads. The universal version of the app became a hit worldwide, attracting people who wanted to take care of their files, music, video and even annotate PDFs.
Now Documents by Readdle is available in 9 most popular languages: English, Spanish, Italian, German, French, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Brazilian Portuguese. The company made this extra step to popularize Documents worldwide, as it believes that every iOS user can benefit from a free app that does a great job in handling documents, music and video. "Documents is useful for every single iPhone or iPad owner", says Alex Tyagulsky, Readdle's CMO, "Supporting 9 most popular languages will make the app more accessible for millions of people worldwide".
With Documents by Readdle people can view documents in all popular office formats, read magazines and electronic textbooks. Moreover, Documents offers essential PDF annotation tools such as notes and highlights, that are very popular among people who read PDFs on the iPad. Playing media content is another task where Documents stands out. The application makes it possible to watch favorite movies during flights, show photos from trips to friends, or simply relax on the couch listening to music.