December 27, 2012 in Productivity (AF)
[prMac.com] London, United Kingdom - Helping iPhone and iPad users organize their many files in ways never before possible, Think Code Release Ltd has announced the newly updated versions of Bookshelves and Bookshelves Lite, their popular productivity apps that make it easy to manage virtually any type of document or digital media.
Ideal for the busy professional or frequent traveler, these groundbreaking apps help users be more productive by organizing their frequently used contacts, bookmarks, documents, photos, videos, and more. Files can be collected into bookshelves so they are quickly found and easily used.
"Bookshelves is a huge time saver when you're on the go," said Bohdan Hernandez Navia, Founder and CEO of Think Code Release Ltd. "It's now easier than ever to get organized so you can get more done, without spending time hunting for your important documents or contacts."
More than just a file manager, Bookshelves has found innovative ways to save time. Bookshelves can be viewed with just a swipe left or right. Tapping once on an item shows possible actions and a double tap will quickly open it. Files in a wide variety of formats can be copied, shared, viewed, or played from inside the app.
Bookshelves also gives users quick access to call, email, or send an SMS to their contacts. Files can be shared on Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, or Flickr; in an email; or copied to the pasteboard.
Files are no longer locked into one application but can be moved around with ease. Users can add files from iTunes (using File Sharing), from other apps (such as message attachments from Mail), or even take photos/videos directly from the app.
"Users have told us that Bookshelves is like the missing file manager for your iPhone or iPad," said Kevin Harris, Marketing and Sales Manager. "Finally, you can take control of ALL your files."
Bookshelves includes helpful tools for easily finding files. The search box instantly reveals results as the user types. Also, files can be sorted by name, kind, size, date, and last opened.
A unique feature of Bookshelves allows users to access their files on Dropbox as easily as they can local files. Manage and organize files from any source as if they were just in different folders, avoiding hassles and headaches.
Advanced features bring the power of a desktop computer to the iPhone or iPad. Users can extract content from ZIP files, multitask, and even use AirPlay and AirPrint (some features require iOS 4.0 or later).
Features of the Bookshelves app include:
* Powerful File Manager - Organize files in bookshelves to be found easily
* Many File Types - Works with documents, photos, videos, contacts, and more
* Save Time - Quickly import, view, or play files with just a few taps
* Quick Search - The app shows results while a user types
* Sending and Sharing - Easily send files by email or post to social media
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 8.0 MB
* Also available for Mac OS X and Windows
Pricing and availability:
Bookshelves 1.3.8 is currently available for sale worldwide through the App Store in the Productivity category for $3.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies). Review copies are available upon request. A free version, Bookshelves Lite, is also available.
Based in London, Think Code Release Ltd is committed to providing innovative and quality software solutions for users demanding reliable, user friendly and well-supported products. Their apps, Bookshelves and Bookshelves Lite, were recently updated in the App Store. Copyright (C) 2012 Think Code Release Ltd. 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.