ReaddleDocs iPhone Document Viewer is on Sale

Odessa, Ukraine – Readdle has announced time limited sale for ReaddleDocs, their popular document and file management solution for the iPhone. The special ReaddleDocs price is set at US $4.99, a 50% discount from the regular price, and the sale will end on Sunday, May, 17th. At the same time, Readdle has submitted a new updated ReaddleDocs 1.5 to Apple’s App Store.

ReaddleDocs combines a network file server, web storage client, web browser, file manager and powerful document viewer within a single iPhone business application. It allows people to transfer documents to their devices over Wi-Fi and 3G in a number of ways, view them on the go, send by email and share with other iPhone users easily.

ReaddleDocs 1.5, that will hit the App Store soon, is capable to view iWork ’09 documents saved with preview and upload files to WebDAV enabled online file storage systems like MobileMe iDisk. ReaddleDocs 1.5 will be available at App Store as free upgrade for existing users.

“With the current App Store economy many people afraid to buy products that costs more than 5 dollars,” explains Alexander Tyagulsky, Readdle CMO. “The sale lets them get familar with the high end products like ReaddleDocs and take advantage of the iPhone as the most powerful document viewer available on the smartphone market.”

Pricing and Availability:
ReaddleDocs is available at special price of $4.99 (USD) exclusively at the App Store.

Founded in 2007, Readdle aims to provide iPhone and iPod Touch users with high quality applications that are missing in a standard application set. Flagship offerings are ReaddleDocs – a complete document and file management solution for the iPhone and iPod Touch; Take A Note – a versatile note taking application with direct access to notes from a PC or Mac computer using Wi-Fi. Copyright 2007-2009 Readdle All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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  • leronimo

    ReaddleDocs sounds like a very useful app, but I'm not sure how many apple users will be willing to pay the extra buck for the new manufacturing agreement since google docs offers almost the same functions for free.