The fourth iteration of GoodReader, the popular PDF reader for iOS, has just launched on the App Store.
Called GoodReader 4, the new app can be downloaded for the limited-time discounted price of $2.99, and unlike its predecessors, it’s a universal application that’s optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
As before, the app offers impressive PDF reading, annotation, access to servers, and auto-sync, however a selection of new features have also been added to the new application.
- PDF Page Management - add, rearrange, delete, rotate, extract and email individual pages, split and merge files
- PDF Page Slider now shows page previews
- icon view for file browser, with larger previews
- collapsible tool area on the main screen
- “New PDF” button to create an empty file for your important notes and drawings
Developer Good.iWare adds in the app’s release notes: “Our well-crafted Migration Assistant will make the transition to this new app easy for you – all your files and setting from the old GoodReader app will be transferred with a click of a button.”
As mentioned, GoodReader 4 can be downloaded for the limited-time price of $2.99, and it’s a universal app optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. If you’re a big PDF reader and have found that Apple’s iBooks doesn’t perform well when dealing with larger files, consider taking GoodReader 4 for a spin.
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