Readdle has announced the release of its “Documents” app for M1 Macs.
Documents is basically a Swiss Army knife for productivity. It allows users to open documents and images, annotate PDFs, open zip files, and even integrate the protection of a built in Virtual Private Network (VPN). Users can also browse the web using its built-in browser.
Here’s how the company describes the app:
Documents by Readdle is the super app where all your files come to life. Not only can you manage all your files stored on the device & in the cloud, you can also listen to music, watch videos, read books, edit PDFs, protect your privacy with a built-in VPN and lots more, all within Documents. It saves you the hassle of switching between multiple apps, so Documents is the only app you need for your files. For over a decade, Documents has been an immensely popular app for iPhones and iPads and over 75 million people have downloaded it on their iOS devices.
The app also lets users access iCloud, Dropbox, One Drive, and Box, as well as WebDAV, FTP, and SMB services from within the app itself. It can handle more than 40 file types, including Mac incompatible .flac, .mkv, .avi, and .rar formats.
Basically, this makes Documents a really useful tool for any mobile professional attempting to get things done securely with as little friction as possible, because it makes it easy to work with project-related documents, all in one app and protected by a VPN.
Learn more about Documents by Readdle over at their blog.