Readdle Documents has today been updated with support for the iPhone, following its launch on the iPad back in January. Documents isn’t just a file manager, but also a document editor, a web browser, and a media player. So whether you’re editing a letter, organizing some photos, or you just want to kick back and watch that movie you downloaded, Documents will let you do it all — and for free.
“You will use it constantly, at home, office, university or on the road, every single day,” Readdle says. Documents aims to roll three apps — a document editor, a media player, and a file manager — into one, so that you don’t need to keep switching between different apps to access and organize your files on the go.
And now that Documents is available on iPhone, you’ll find iCloud syncing that’ll ensure everything you upload to one iOS device automatically shows up on the other. Isn’t that neat? What’s more, this update also adds the ability to download files using the built-in web browser.
Here’s a full list of things Documents can do:
★ READ ★
✓ View Office Documents
✓ Read and Annotate PDF files
✓ Search Inside Documents
✓ Edit Text Files
✓ Read Books and Articles
★ ENJOY ★
✓ View Photos from a Vacation or a Party
✓ Watch Movies in the Airplane or Subway
✓ Listen to Your Favorite Music
★ MANAGE ★
✓ Manage your files
✓ Copy Documents from Mac or PC
✓ Sync with iCloud, Dropbox, GoogleDocs and other Services
✓ Share Files with Your Friends
✓ Protect Everything with a Password
★ SAVE ★
✓ Store Email Attachments
✓ Download Documents from the Web
✓ Save Web Pages to Read them Later
Documents is completely free; it’s not ad-supported, and there are no in-app purchases to unlock additional features. Download it now using the App Store link below.
Source: App Store