PDF Reader Pro, developed by YUYAO Mobile Software, Inc., is Top ranked in the business category of iTunes App Stores throughout the world, PDF Reader Pro continues to be the most cost-effective mobile PDF solution among competitors. The app was also selected as the Best Business App of App Store Rewind 2011 in Australia, New Zealand and other countries. PDF Reader Pro offers comprehensive functions such as fast rendering speed, saving documents to PDFs, scanning images to PDFs, and annotating documents. In addition, the app differentiated itself from other competitors with its PDF form filling function. It has also incorporated iCloud, SugarSync and a handful of other convenient cloud storage solutions.
PDF Reader Pro supports “Save to PDF” for all major file formats including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Web Pages, Pages, Numbers, Keynote and many others. The new text selection feature enables you to highlight, underline, strikeout, and copy text in any PDF file you want. With PDF Reader Pro, you no longer need to purchase other apps to convert and markup PDF files. PDF Reader Pro gives you all the great features with the best price.
-MS Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint
-image files (png, jpg, thm, jpeg, tif, tiff, gif, bmp, bmpf, ico, cur, xbm)
-audio files (aiff, aifc, wav, next, adts, mp3, acc)
-video files (mov, mp4, mpv, m4v, 3gp)
-Text files (txt, rtf)
-iWork files (keynote, pages, numbers)
-Comic files (cbr, cbz,ePub)
-HTML files and Safari webarchives
-Other file formats
PDF Reader Pro is currently on sale for 50% off in the Apple App Store for the low price of $2.99. It is a universal application so it will work on your iPhone / iPod Touch and your iPad. Overall it is an excellent application that combines multiple applications into one. One of my favorite features is the built in browser. You can visit any website and download files, save them to iCloud, Dropbox and even locally. The ability to quickly take a picture of a document, convert it to a PDF, make edits, and send the file off via email, cloud, or WiFi make it a perfect business companion app.
Incoming search terms:
- apps icon
- apple apps logo
- pdf reader pro mobile
- sky drive pdf reader pro yuyao
- skydrive host pdf reader pro
Google recently released their newest product, Google Drive. Which is very similar to Dropbox, Too Similar. So I’m here to show you which one is better.
Round 1 – Paid Storage Costs
Dropbox currently offers:
|1 TB||$795(per year)|
However Google Drive Offers:
Google Drive gives you much more flexibility at a cheaper rate, So for this round Google Drive wins.
Round 2 – Free Storage
*Dropbox provides users with 2 GB of free storage space just for signing up. Users can get more by referring friends to the service, 500MB per referral, up to a limit of 16 GB.
The winner of this round is Google Drive since you don’t have to do anything to receive your FREE storage. So so far
Round 3 – Access to your storage
Google Drive is available on Android, Mac OS X, and Windows. iOS apps are on the way.
Dropbox is available for iOS, Blackberry, Android, Mac OS X, Linux, and Windows.
So Dropbox wins this round!
Round 4 – Searching for you data
Google is know for search. It uses that expert knowledge in Google Drive and it shows. Search is simple, easy, and quick because the search bar is always with you. Google Drive can even recognize objects in your images and text in scanned documents.
Navigating away from the Dropbox home page takes the search bar away and you have to go back home to find it. Search is not inscribed into every page of Dropbox.
So The search giant, Google wins again.
Round 5 – Security
Making sure your files are secure and not susceptible to unwanted access is very important.
Dropbox enlists bank-level security for your files. Its site says, “Your files are actually safer while stored in your Dropbox than on your computer in some cases.”
Google Drive links directly to your existing Google Account, allowing you to enable two-step authentication and the security features you may already be familiar with. Two-step authentication gives you an added layer because even if someone has your username and password, they still will not be able to access your files.
If someone wants to access your Dropbox account, they just need your username and password. So Google Drive wins once again.
Round 6 – Deleted Files
What happens if you delete an item by mistake? Dropbox keeps a one-month history of your work. Any changes can be undone, so files can be restored after deletion, Which is a great lifesaver. Google Drive tracks every change you make. When you hit the save button, a new revision is saved. You can look back as far as 30 days automatically, or choose a revision to save forever.
Google Drive is a better choice, the saving forever option is awesome because it’s… forever(Hopefully =D).
Round 7 – Offline Availability
As long as you have the Dropbox app installed on your computer, files can be accessed when offline from the folder that lives on your desktop. You always have your files, whether or not you have a connection without having to do anything.
Google Drive works the same way, so this one is a tie.
Round 8 – Syncin’
When adding a file to your Dropbox from your computer it’s as simple as dragging and dropping. One Dropbox issue is when syncing, the original file is removed from your computer’s hard drive and is only accessible in Dropbox.
When you upload a document to Google Drive it gives you the option to convert that file to Google Docs for easy sharing and collaboration. The process is simple and fast. In addition, the ability to open over 30 file types right in your browser. Simply Amazing.
Google Drive wins Again.
Round 9 – Sharing
Google Drive allows you to create a document and work on it at the same time with a colleague. You choose who has access and who can edit or make changes. The changes then appear instantly so everyone can stay in sync.
Dropbox prides itself on simplicity. Instead of just inviting someone to change a document you can invite someone to view a folder and all of its contents. Dropbox says, “it’s as if the folder is saved directly to the other person’s computer.” Dropbox wins in this round
Round 10 – Support
Google Drive gives links to many FAQs however there isn’t any forums or any “live” help . If you have a specific issue, then you may be out of luck. Dropbox support includes, a detailed tour of the entire product, community forums, and the ability to submit a help request where the support team will get back to you on your problem.
The ability to receive a response from a real person is much better.So again Dropbox wins again.
It was a great fight. Dropbox offers some excellent features and benefits that really make the App stand out. Its ability to be accessed from virtually every mobile and desktop platform is crucial. Many people will still favor Dropbox, since they’re solely a storage company.
Google Drive is declared the winner. Google’s flexible storage plans, deep search integration, security, and ability to open more than 30 different file formats from a web browser helped them secure the title.
Google Drive: 7
Incoming search terms:
- s2end and amazon fire
- how to remove unwanted icons from fake iphone md234LL
Now, normally we don’t talk much about Microsoft on here. But, when they release an App that gives away free stuff then I think we need to mention them.
At the beginning of December Microsoft release a SkyDrive for iOS app. With this app, you get access to 25 GB of free storage with your free Live account. I have been using the default 2 GB available from Dropbox for quite some time but am always shuffling around documents to make room. Now with 25 GB available, and the app to access them from my iPhone or iPad, I should be set for quite some time. Although, everyone thought 256 MB of RAM was enough computing in the beginning as well….
Incoming search terms:
- does photostream take up memory on iphone
One of the biggest things announced at WWDC last Monday was iCloud. A revolutionary new (more so improved) service to keep all of your digital life in sync. Steve promised a way to have contacts, calendars, bookmarks, photos, and even music in sync. When I first heard of it I knew I had to test it, so I did. Turns out that I love it, there are a few flaws but those are outweighed greatly by all of the benefits that iCloud brings. So I have compiled some of the best new features of iCloud.
Setup: iCloud is much simpler than mobile me, one of the reasons for that would be setup. When you first start iOS 5 after restoring you are greeted with a welcome page to set up your iPhone. iCloud is turned on by default and you simply login with your Apple ID to start the account. A few other things are setup like find my iPhone and wifi but with that first login your Apple ID will be tied in with all of your Apple Developed apps (app store, iTunes etc.). From there all your iDevices are seamless.
Contacts, Calendars, and Mail: After setup your contacts and calendars currently synced to your iPhone will be automatically pushed to the cloud and then served to the rest of your devices activated with iCloud. When you add a new contact or event the update is nearly instant for the rest of your devices. Also with iCloud you get a new mail account that is made from your current email used to setup iCloud, it just changes the extension from yahoo or gmail to @me.com. You can then use that as your new address and you can back up mail from that address or any other address to your 5GB of storage on your cloud.
Photostream: One of the big features (and my personal favorite) of iCloud is keeping your most recent photos on the cloud. When you take a picture (with wifi) it is instantly uploaded to the cloud and then pushed to your iPad and MacBook. You would think this process would take a while but it is actually fairly fast. Although when you are outside on 3G and take a picture your iPhone waits until on a wifi network to upload the new pic. Once your photos are on the cloud you can go to Photostream from any of your iDevices and save them to a new or previous album, share them, or copy. One thing that you cannot do though is delete from the cloud. So for 30 days up to 1000 photos will be permanently on you phone, computer, or tablet. Overall though Photostream is a very convenient feature in that all of your photos will be on all of your devices at all times.
Music and Apps: A feature that is now available to all iOS users on 4.3.3 or 5 is previous purchases. In iTunes and the App Store there is a section of your previous purchases, every single one, even apps or songs that have been removed can be re-downloaded from the store. With every song or app you have purchased but don’t have on your device there will be a new cloud icon next to it which will allow you to re-download it. This is very convenient especially since the apps and songs are categorized into an All section and a Not On This Device section so you can see what you forgot to sync to your device or an app you may have forgot you had purchased. This feature takes the second guessing of “Did I buy that app?” and allows you to get that app again without having to pay.
Overall iCloud makes syncing a thing of the past, because you can even back up your entire iPhone or iPad to your 5GB of data on the cloud. Being able to have all of your content on all of your devices all the time is a great thing and makes managing your digital content very easy.
Incoming search terms:
- icloud photostream
- how to delete photos from photo stream
- delete from photostream
- how to delete photos from photostream
- does photostream take up memory
- delete photos from photostream
- remove photos from photostream
- delete photo from photostream
- delete from photostream icloud
- delete photostream
This review was submitted by our guest writer Brody White. If you would like to be a guest writer here check out the Guest Writer page. You can write about anything you want related to our website and we even provide you with promo codes to apps for you to review.
iOS 5 was released the other day with many new features (200 to be exact). But only 10 were talked about and very few others even mentioned. So Apple has left it up to us to find the unsung heroes of Monday’s keynote. It seems almost every time I unlock my iPhone I find something new, and as I was browsing settings I came upon an entire new way to manage the storage on your iPhone.
When going into Settings>General>Usage you will find that there is now a storage section that displays the first 10 apps on your iPhone that take up the most memory. The first is usually your music library which you are not allowed to delete any content from; but you can go into a large app like “Navigon” and delete the Documents and Data or the app entirely. By deleting the Documents and Data you delete all of your progress / saved settings from “Navigon” or any other app. For example deleting Documents and Data from “Pages” you would delete all saved documents. Overall it’s a pretty convenient way to free up space on your iPhone since it shows what is taking up the most space.
Also as a quick thought who wouldn’t love it if you could export or email the Documents and Data so that you could import it onto another iDevice say from you iPhone to iPad that way you would be on the same level of Angry Birds on both devices!
Incoming search terms:
- how to manage storage on iphone
- navigon ios 5
- navigon ios5
- iphone manage storage
- how to manage space on iphone
- manage storage on iphone
- how to manage storage on ipad
- how to manage ipad storage
- how to manage iphone storage
- how to delete documents and data from iphone apps