GoodReaderUSB
GoodReaderUSB
2.0

3.0

GoodReaderUSB free download for Mac

GoodReaderUSB2.0

18 June 2010

Works with huge file sizes such as e-books and subway maps and more.

Overview

GoodReaderUSB... This software easily works with huge file sizes such as e-books and subway maps. Additionally, the program allows users to view video, audio, powerpoint, word and many other file types through a naturally intuitive folder structure interface. With the GoodReaderUSB transfer interface, users can rapidly load and view almost any movie, .mp3, .pdf, .txt or other standard file just by using drag and drop, no setup needed.

What's new in GoodReaderUSB

Version 2.0:

Major new features:

  • Now GoodReaderUSB transfers files to official application private storage space ("sandbox"). This finally fixes the issue with violating Apple's iPhone SDK. Now GoodReader app on your iDevice doesn't need to access files/folders outside of its sandbox. This works with all eligible devices - iPad / iPhone / iPod touch, with all versions of OS starting with 3.0.

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How would you rate GoodReaderUSB app?

3 Reviews of GoodReaderUSB

4
Firemin
29 October 2009
Version: 1.0.3

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Designed to integrate with the GoodReader iPhone app, this provides an alternative to loading files to your iPhone by WiFi. Instead you use USB and get a GoodReaderUSB folder appear when you open GoodReader on your iPhone. It didn't really advertise all that in the promo, but it does it reasonably intuitively. The GoodReader iPhone app is quiet capable (as it claims) of handling reasonably large files in a variety of formats. GoodReaderUSB provides another handy way of getting your files to and from your iPhone.
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3
taja
04 September 2010
Version: 2.0
Nice clean app. Could be better if it was more like finder, providing more view/sort options for example. Would like to see drag and drop onto the dock icon, and would prefer it if you weren't prevented from doing anything else with the app while copying largeish files. More importantly, now that ios 4 allows you to add documents to goodreader via itunes (scroll down on the apps tab on the iphone screen), this app seems redundant.
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Nick-Collingridge
18 June 2010
Version: 2.0
Great - but one perplexing omission. If you try to copy a later version of a file to the device, instead of an opportunity to overwrite the file on the device you are simply told that the file already exists and nothing gets copied. Simple to fix, but a bit of a nuisance until they do! Also, not too big of deal for me but not very secure is that if you have set a folder on the device to be locked there is no protection when viewed via this application - its contents are displayed and you can copy files to the folder freely.
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4
Firemin
29 October 2009
Version: 1.0.3
Designed to integrate with the GoodReader iPhone app, this provides an alternative to loading files to your iPhone by WiFi. Instead you use USB and get a GoodReaderUSB folder appear when you open GoodReader on your iPhone. It didn't really advertise all that in the promo, but it does it reasonably intuitively. The GoodReader iPhone app is quiet capable (as it claims) of handling reasonably large files in a variety of formats. GoodReaderUSB provides another handy way of getting your files to and from your iPhone.
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