Easy Reading With Goodreader
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Either you're an old, retired man relaxing on his arm chair or busy middle-aged businessman busy shuffling things at his office table. Either you find it too hard to go through long emails on the not-so-big iPhone screen or eBook reading on the Smartphone causes strain on your eyes. There is some problem that all of us face with the iPhone screen for reading and managing apps.
Thanks to God! GoodReader solves this annoying problem. It is a PDF and text file reader that rejoices your readability in the most amazing manner. It is perfectly designed for getting your email or e-books in order, and in a smooth flow.
The GoodReader, PDF Reflow read your documents, extracts all pure text from PDF files and automatically wraps words altogether. This amazing feature lets all of the text fits on your iPhone screen most flawlessly. Ah! That means no more scrolling from left to right, while going through my e-mails or reading my most favourite e-books.
The application displays reflow-ed document that repeatedly scrolls down the text in your e-mail or e-book, giving you an experience of entirely freewheeling reading. Wait a second that recalls me of my teleprompter that has already been very helpful in my text interpretations.
As far as the integrated documentation is regarded, it is easily imported to the library from online servers like Google Docs, Dropbox, etc. At last but not the least it also includes a WebDAV server that lets you easily transfer files directly from your PC or Mac to your GoodReader library.
Apart from the goodness of the app, I have only two not so big problems with it:
- While wrapping it loses images that is not much to fuss about, but could be an issue in some instances
- Next important thing lost by the app is the page formatting. That actually means all my heavily loaded dialogs are difficult to follow in some works.
As for a buck, that much of functionality in an application is just wow, so I have one for my iPhone and looking forward for iPad too. In fact within a short span of time it would be available on the iPad too. That's great to go GoodReader!