ReaddleDocs iPhone Attachment/File Manager Free till Monday

I asked you guys on twitter what are some of your favourite apps at the moment. You responded with lots of great recommendations. One that caught my eye from @DenZhadanov was that ReaddleDocs was free till Monday. It’s regularly priced at $4.99.

ReaddleDocs is one of those apps that will come in handy if you need to manage files from your iPhone. What makes it great is that you can connect to Dropbox, iDisk, Google Docs, plus other online storage services. For business users or students, this is the app to get for gaining access to your documents.

What ReaddleDocs let you do:

★ Copy files From Mac or PC via Wi-Fi
Any Mac OS X, Windows XP/Vista/7 computer can connect to the iPhone or iPod Touch running ReaddleDocs and operate it like a wireless flash drive. No additional software is required.

★ Read Office Documents
ReaddleDocs’ built-in viewer supports PDF, MS Office (Word, Excel and Powerpoint) and Apple iWork files. To read documents from other software like MS Project, Visio or OmniGraffle simply print them as PDF files and copy to ReaddleDocs.

★ Save Email Attachments
Forward email with attachment to your unique Readdle Storage mail-in address and save it to your device using ReaddleDocs. Or download files directly from IMAP/POP3 enabled mail servers.

★ Share Files With Your Friends
Email files directly from ReaddleDocs. Or even transfer documents between the iPhones.

★ Read Books On The Go
ReaddleDocs also allows you to read books in a variety of formats. TXT, FB2, ePub, RTF and HTML files are supported in addition to PDF and DOC documents.

★ Transfer files to iPhone with or without Wi-Fi
ReaddleDocs supports transferring files to your device using both EDGE or 3G network. Just upload your documents to Readdle Storage using regular Internet connection and instantly access them from the ReaddleDocs.

★ Save Documents From the Web
Use built-in web browser to find and save files from the Web directly to your device. Save whole webpages with images to read them offline.

★ Access iDisk, Dropbox, GoogleDocs And Other Storages
ReaddleDocs allows you to download and upload files from MobileMe iDisk, Dropbox, GoogleDocs and other services. If you use more than one online storage, ReaddleDocs will handle all of them. Even some home NAS drives are supported.

Some Other Tasty Features
✓ Bookmarks any place in a document
✓ Optional password protection for your files
✓ Create/unpack zip archives
✓ Fast scroll through large documents
✓ Powerful file management
✓ Fullscreen mode and many more

This is very powerful app and it’s only free until tomorrow. Click here to download ReaddleDocs.

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  • iTS Amazing i downloaded it yesterday , the navigation is awesome , u have many options and when u press on a tab like the documents , network , browser it highlights it for u , i wish every app was designed in this way . 1 more Word : Awesome APP

    lilsaint

  • rufi

    if you want ftp support, iStorage app is a good alternative, depending on your needs

  • Oscar9

    Do you have to subscribe with a monthly fee to use this app?

  • No. It’s free.

  • Oscar9

    Looks like there is a fee only if I want to get data on their cyber storage location.

  • Just use Dropbox. It’s one of the best free services out there.

  • Hagow

    Goodreader still much better.

  • XywiX

    NOOO!!…its not free anymore & i just heard of it!!…y arent u able to update the facebook page on the fb app as son as this is updated!!…since i got my phone i rely on it completely and only use my comp in the morning to read ur site really…if this was on FB i would have downloaded it too 🙁

  • Rec’d this notice in my gmail at 6:18 am Monday morning. Needless to say I was too late for the free app. Pretty sure this wasnt gmails fault…jus sayin

  • Noelanie

    Receiving your email on a Tuesday kinda defeats the ‘free app til Monday’ … fail!

  • We got the new late. Plus, it’s Feedburner that sends out the email. Best
    bet is to also visit the website. Sorry that you missed out on the freebie.
    🙂