Now, users of the iOS applications can sync their PDF documents with Connected Data's Transporter products. If you own either a Transporter or Transporter Sync device and use the private cloud service to store your personal (or professional) documents, this change will definitely prove useful.
The update comes after Connected Data announced a developer program for its Transporter platform. The development meant that iOS developers (like Smile) can add native Transporter sharing and sync options in their applications.
We got to go hands-on with Transporter during Macworld 2014 and were impressed by the product. Usefully, the Transporter iOS app also received an update soon after adding a Dropbox-inspired Camera Upload feature.
Besides the above change, a number of more minor alterations have been made in the updated PDFpen apps. Problems with iCloud have been rectified, and a handful of bug fixes have also been made.
If you own one of Connected Data's Transporters and use the product to store a range of PDFs, be sure to check out the updated PDFpen for iPhone and PDFpen for iPad. The apps are available to download now for $4.99 and $14.99 respectively on the App Store.
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