October 11, 2013 in Productivity (F)
[prMac.com] Melbourne, Australia - Developed on top of the highly lauded Documents mobile suite, SavySoda has released a new update for Documents 2. Users can now experience improved performance and additional features that is incorporated with the latest iOS 7.
Documents 2 is the most comprehensive file manager and mini office suite for both iPhone and iPad. It is an all in one jam-packed application that allows you to create, edit, share and manage your text files, spreadsheets, sound, and photos on the move via the Mail app and Safari. It is a quintessential app for users who needs to transfer or create documents on the move.
Documents 2 combines all the features of text editor and spreadsheet application in one essential mobile office suite, supporting full cell formatting, column adjustment, formula and arithmetic support and it is fully compliant with .CSV RFC 4180 - the international CSV standard. You can also synchronize with Google Docs to use files on your PC, Mac or iPhone. Above that, all files are compatible with Microsoft Word and Excel, Open Office, Numbers, and all major office suites.
The latest update includes the following:
* iOS 7 Update
* Improved performance
* Improved rich text file support
* Improved support for attachments
* Refreshed UI and transitions
* New file transfer options
* New tutorial screens
* Fixed a rare crash issue on saving
SavySoda would like to stress that when editing an existing document that was originally created on a computer, users will need to change the formatting of the document. To edit a word documents, the document needs to be saved as a txt file. This can be done by opening the document on a computer, then clicking file -> save as-> file type -> txt file. Similarly, to be able to edit a spreadsheet, the document needs to be saved as a csv file.
* Do note that the upgrade does not transfer current files automatically to the full version of the app. A manual transfer needs to be performed.
There are 5 ways to transfer documents from your free version to the paid version, which are:
* USB: You need to connect your device to iTunes via USB
* Wifi: You need to turn on the sharing feature and from your PC, open a browser and access the IP Address detected when you turn on the sharing feature
* Email: Send documents to your email and save them to the paid app
* Dropbox: Upload documents to Dropbox and retrieve them from the paid app
* Google Docs: Upload documents to Google Docs and retrieve them from the paid app
The USB and Wifi options are highly recommended as they are fast for transferring documents. For more details of using Wifi to move files, please click 'Wifi HD' on the navigation bar.
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
* This app is optimized for iPhone 5
Pricing and Availability:
Documents 2 Free is free for users to download and available worldwide via the App Store. Full version of the app is $3.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) When the app is upgraded, it removes ads, offers users with more file types and more space for these files. It is especially noticeable in spreadsheets, where it gives you unlimited rows (compared to the free version, which limits it to 50). It also introduces a passcode for privacy and security, and the FTP file transfer feature, which is another way of transferring files.
Located in Melbourne, Australia, SavySoda is a software development company for the Apple platforms. The company philosophy is to create the newest, most innovative and original apps. Inject a little CO2 to everything they do and only offer the best Apps at a price you'll love. Copyright (C) 2013 SavySoda. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, iPod touch, and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.