GoodReader Gets iOS 7 Revamp

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GoodReader Gets iOS 7 RevampGoodReader, the iOS PDF reader that is popular for its range of features, has just released a brand new update that brings even more great features to the party.

The New Year revamp is the app’s first update since September 2013 and the most significant for some time. The most instantly noticeable change is the new iOS 7-inspired interface that is designed to bring simpler navigation and easier access to tools. Unlike many other apps that have introduced new designs in line with Apple’s latest OS, GoodReader version 2.20.1 is not completely flat; however, its aesthetics are definitely in keeping with what updated iOS users are now used to seeing.

Full compatibility with iOS 7 is also now a feature of the app, with faster rendering for PDF files and, as noted by The Next Web, the option to flatten multiple files with a single click, batch import/export to Photo Albums, tag or star files with different colors, or copy images to the clipboard for use in other apps.

As if those features weren’t enough, GoodReader has also added a brand new audio player to its app. Working in the background, the audio player is designed to let users listen to audio while reading files, and features well integrated settings for efficient use.

In addition to various minor tweaks, the iPad version of GoodReader has been given a path bar to improve navigation through large file structures. Both apps now also support iWork 2013.

Updates for GoodReader for iPhone and GoodReader for iPad are available now for free, with new downloads at $4.99. If you are looking for the complete iOS PDF reader, this is definitely it.

– Anthony Carter


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