October 20, 2013 in Productivity (F)
[prMac.com] Melbourne, Australia - Available now, Files, the latest productivity app by SavySoda allows users to manage their data from anywhere in the world at their fingertips. Files does not only allow users to store, create and edit documents, spreadsheets and media files but also assist users in managing their files in an organized fashion.
Similar to SavySoda's very own Documents and Documents 2 app, Files is embedded with all the features of text editor and spreadsheet application in one elementary mobile office suite allowing users to efficiently create documents for use in emails, web site attachments and personal reminders. Unlike Documents or Documents 2, Files can also be used to arrange media files into folders, watch movies, play music allowing users to achieve prolonged productivity on their iOS device.
Files is developed to be tightly integrated with other apps such as Safari, Mail, Pages and even social media apps such as Facebook and Twitter, empowering users with the ease of sharing and sending files via these platforms.
Files support transfer of files using Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, FTP, Wifi, and many other protocols.
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
* This app is optimized for iPhone 5.
Pricing and Availability:
Files is Free for users to download and available worldwide via the App Store. Pay for only what you need! Added features such as 'Larger Spreadsheets', 'Removal of Ads' and 'Enhanced Security' can be purchased separately within the app.
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