GoodReader now supports larger reading space on iPhone 6

The larger screens on the new Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus smartphones offers the opportunity for a much better experience for those who read, review and mark-up documents on their devices. With the just-released GoodReader 4.5.0 from Good.iWare, iPhone users will enjoy all the functionality of the world’s top-selling document reader optimized for the larger screens of the latest iPhones.

While the larger screens make reading and annotating documents easier in GoodReader, the new version also provides support for new features introduced in iOS 8, including the ability to import and export files to iCloud Drive. GoodReader has long been recognized as the “missing file manager” for iOS, and the ability to easily move files back and forth with iCloud gives users the most options for syncing and sharing files by any app for iOS.

The new version of GoodReader also supports Handoff, which will enable users to begin reading a document on one device and easily pick up where they left off when they open the document on another device.

“We’re very excited about the larger screens of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus,” said Yuri Selukoff, president of Good.iWare. “GoodReader is all about reading, and the larger the screen, the better the reading. Our hope is more people will spend more time reading and annotating their documents with these two new iPhone models, which means even more possibilities for a reading app such as GoodReader.”

GoodReader delivers the greatest number of ways yet to manage PDF files on a mobile device, providing users the ability to do virtually anything they’d like with documents on an iPhone or iPad. GoodReader users are able to annotate PDFs, highlight and mark-up text, create notes, text boxes and freehand drawings, draw lines, arrows and boxes, and share entire documents in every way imaginable. When GoodReader 4.0.0 was recently launched with Page Management features, users gained the ability to insert blank pages, rearrange, rotate, email and delete pages in a document, and even extract an individual page as a separate file.

GoodReader is known throughout the world as the top document reader for viewing, navigating and annotating large PDF documents on an iPhone and iPad. GoodReader aims to deliver the most file viewing and sharing options, while remaining simple to use. With GoodReader, users not only have the ability to do virtually anything they’d like with documents on an iPhone or iPad, they also enjoy unequaled file downloading and sharing with all major networking protocols and cloud services. GoodReader has also set the standard for iOS document readers in the enterprise, offering a high level of document security and synchronization with remote servers.

GoodReader 4.5.0 is available for a limited time at USD $2.99 on the App Store in the Productivity category. When this promotional period expires, it will return to its regular price of USD $6.99. For more information, visit the Good Reader website.

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