April 26, 2012 in Business (E)
[prMac.com] Hunan, People Republic of China - The ascendance of smart phone domination in the computer market seems much more inevitable and imminent now that Opuis has released its brand new iExplorer application. A major improvement on the already dynamite iExplorer, this revved up new HD version is designed to be fully compatible with whatever iPhone or iPad you happen to be using, and makes even the most difficult task seem like a breeze. With all formats covered, along with a comprehensive command of cloud compatibility, this product looks to be a big winner in both the short-term business app category as well as the long-term computer-to-phone paradigm shift in the overall market.
At just $4.99, iExplorer offers super-premium business optimization at a ridiculously low cost. How much would you pay to be able to perform nearly any routine business computing function from your smart phone? This is exactly what kind of operability that tech prophets have been proclaiming for years. iExplorer isn't designed to remind you how complex and valuable it is; on the contrary, it turns what was once difficult or even impossible into just another mindless finger-swipe across the screen. It's doing its job when you forget you even have it.
The brand new iExplorer packs a powerful punch. It features a file manager which allows users to copy, move, delete, email, sort, and open in files on your device itself or any Windows, FTP, WebDAV, or Cloud server. If the server is unreachable, you can sync files or view offline documents. You can also stream video or audio on remote servers. That's just the beginning. iExplorer supports an eBook reader for a large variety of files. It also allows users to edit spreadsheets on Google Docs, and to save these documents to a number of different formats. So savvy and fresh-minded are the developers of this app, they've even included the capability to print and tweet any viewable documents.
The app enables you to view large photo files on a home sharing server, print photo and doc files, read most eBook files and it also supports slideshows and tweet sharing for personal/family use.
"It's no mistake that this app seems so unintrusive and nondescript ", explains Opuis' Developer Zhigang Chen. "Understatement and nuance are tantamount to functionality in iExplorer. We don't just want to allow our users the benefit of mobile freedom; we want to make it as intuitive a process as possible. With a completely seamless interface and a powerfully simple management arrangement that includes any possible operation for our users, we've definitely accomplished our mission."
Opuis' no-gimmicks approach will appeal to the serious business person just as much as it will to the technically adept. Priced to move, there's no doubt that iExplorer is primed for mobile ubiquity in a large market segment.
* Supports Google Docs. Able to edit spreadsheet in Google Docs
* Supports ePub books.
* Improved PDF reader, add bookmark, and annotation
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.2 or later
* 14.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
iExplorer 2.2 is $4.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Business category.
Opuis is a leader in the development of high quality mobile business applications. With a world-class development team and innovative utilization of distribution channels, Opuis is dedicated to the optimization of popular cutting-edge consumer technology. Revolutionary changes are de rigeur in our contemporary business climate, thanks to continual breakthroughs. Opuis seeks to make these changes accessible and tangible for anybody with computer access. Copyright (C) 2012 Opuis. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.