GoodReader 4, the popular PDF management app for iOS, has received an update today making a couple of useful changes to the application’s auto-sync feature.
Now, users of the app – which first launched on the App Store a couple of months ago, in May – can enjoy executing auto-sync in the background. “You can continue reading your documents while the sync engine is working quietly behind the scenes,” developer Good.iWare explains in the updated application’s release notes.
Besides this, GoodReader 4 now also allows iOS device owners to schedule the application’s auto-sync feature, too. Once configured, users of the application can have GoodReader 4 sync without having to press the dedicated “Sync” button, the developer notes.
To recap, here are the two main changes to have appeared in GoodReader 4:
- Auto Sync can now be executed in the background. You can continue reading your documents while the sync engine is working quietly behind the scenes.
- Auto Sync can now be scheduled for automatic periodical execution, without having to press the Sync button manually
You can download the updated GoodReader 4 on the App Store for $6.99, and it’s optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
The application’s developer promises a “super-robust PDF reader app” for iOS, and GoodReader’s previous versions have indeed proven popular over the years.
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