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DocsAnywhere

DocsAnywhere lets you copy your documents to your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch so you can take them with you anywhere

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DocsAnywhere

by DeeDub Software LLC
DocsAnywhere
DocsAnywhere
DocsAnywhere

What is it about?

DocsAnywhere lets you copy your documents to your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch so you can take them with you anywhere. Documents are transferred safely and securely over USB using iTunes 9.1 (or later), so there's no need to hassle over creating a wireless network or connecting to a potentially malicious wireless network. Fast application switching is supported for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad running iOS 4.0 or higher.

DocsAnywhere

App Details

Version
2.1.2
Rating
(93)
Size
0Mb
Genre
Utilities Productivity
Last updated
February 13, 2012
Release date
April 15, 2010
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App Store Description

DocsAnywhere lets you copy your documents to your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch so you can take them with you anywhere. Documents are transferred safely and securely over USB using iTunes 9.1 (or later), so there's no need to hassle over creating a wireless network or connecting to a potentially malicious wireless network. Fast application switching is supported for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad running iOS 4.0 or higher.

Many documents can be viewed directly on your iOS device's beautiful screen in portrait or landscape mode. The following file types can be viewed directly on the iOS device:

- Pages
- Numbers
- Keynote
- Word
- Excel
- PowerPoint
- Portable Document Format (PDF)
- Rich Text Format
- Plain Text
- Images (JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIFF)
- HTML

Documents that you copied to your iOS device can also be copied back to a desktop computer via iTunes, mailed as an attachment directly from the iOS device, or sent to another iPad application.

Note: iWork files prior to iWork '09 must be compressed as a ZIP file in order to be viewed on the iOS device.