May 6, 2008 in Books (E)
[prMac.com] Odessa, Ukraine - Readdle, the leading provider of the book and document reader services for the iPhone and iPod Touch, announces its plans to release a native iPhone application for storing and reading office documents and eBooks on the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Readdle is a web-based application that allows transfering, organizing and viewing documents on the iPhone and iPod Touch. The upcoming iPhone application will extend service functionality, ensuring seamless storage of files on the device and viewing them with no live Internet connection. The document viewing functionality will feature page-by-page reading, adding bookmarks to the text, iPhone optimized PDF rendering and other options.
"Due the iPhone file systems access restrictions, there is no possibility to copy files directly to the iPhone. That's why seamless document management is the crucial part of the document reading application. Readdle is unique for providing the number of handy ways to put files on the device." notes Igor Zhadanov, Readdle CEO.
Document management options include loading to Readdle directly from the mail program. Simple forwarding of the email message with attached documents to a special user-dependent email will export it into Readdle. This feature is indispensable as there is no possibility to save attachments to the iPhone.
Readdle is web-based book and document reader optimized for using on iPhone and iPod Touch. The service supports PDF, TXT, HTML and PDB(Plucker) files as well as MS Word and MS Excel documents, and provides 50MB free space for book upload per account. More space and additional features available for a small fee. Information about the Readdle could be found at their website.
Founded in 2007, Readdle.com targets to provide iPhone users with high quality web applications missing in a standard application set. Flagship company offering is Readdle web service, that allows people viewing electronic books, text files and even business documents at any place using their iPhones.