GoodReader for iOS Update Improves File Management and Annotating PDFs

Good.iWare today announces GoodReader 3.8 for iPad. The #2 best-selling iPad app in 2010, GoodReader is known as the top document reader for viewing and navigating large PDF and Text documents. The latest version offers improved file management using its new File Tabs, enabling users to easily switch between recently viewed files. GoodReader now also offers a Side Menu for creating PDF annotations, which users can keep open during annotating a document and turn off when completed.

Fax Reader 1.7.2 for iOS – Easily View TIFF/TIF Fax Files

Corporate Smalltalk Consulting today announces Fax Reader 1.7.2 for iOS, an update to their document viewer app that allows the user to view the TIF files generated by office fax machines. As faxes are increasingly emailed to save on paper costs, Fax Reader works by supplementing the existing document display logic found in iOS, which only displays the first page of a fax but does not show subsequent pages. Fax Reader is not only a viewer, but now supports a FAX to PDF conversion process.

Ohanaware releases HDRtist Pro 1.0.3 – HDR Software for Mac OS X

Ohanaware Co., Ltd today releases HDRtist Pro 1.0.3, an update to their award-winning HDR software for Mac OS X. Featuring a simple yet streamlined workflow, HDRtist Pro was designed to provide more creativity with HDR images. Featuring 1-Click HDR editing, High Dynamic Range and Exposure Blending make it possible to create highly detailed and ultra-realistic photographs. Version 1.0.3 improves color profiles support, processing speed, updated documentation and fixes minor issues.

Shift Worker iPhone App redefines the iPhone calendar for work rosters

Production Shed Pty Ltd has announced Shift Worker 1.4.2, a visual calendar and productivity app for iPhone. Shift Worker is designed for people who work odd shifts or patterns outside the traditional working week. Shift Worker allows users to combine visually-attractive icons with descriptive characters, then plot them on the calendar so their shifts can be easily identified at a glance. Shifts can then be shared with friends and family or saved to the iPhone’s background for quick reference.

Cash Conscious Households Use iPhone App To Plan For Household Bills

UK based Corbenic Consulting Ltd today introduces Bill Assistant 1.0, its new financial and budgeting app for for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Bill Assistant keeps track of households bills. The user can see which bills are due soon, see how much they are due to pay, keep a record of payments and have the App remind them via notifications when their bills are due. As well as helping to to plan ahead and avoiding late fees, Bill Assistant allows for the analysis of payments over time.

Vitamin-R 1.65 adds support for Potion Factory’s The Hit List

publicspace today announces Vitamin-R 1.65, an update to its productivity tool designed to let you recapture the lost art of joyful concentration. Vitamin-R breaks down large, vaguely defined tasks into a series of short time slices of between 10 and 30 minutes, each with specific, easily reachable and actionable objectives – helping to improve focus and overcome procrastination. This latest release adds drag & drop support for “to dos” from Potion Factory’s The Hit List to do list manager.

PhatWare Releases WritePad Nederlands for iPad

California based PhatWare today releases WritePad Nederlands 5.2 for iPad. WritePad is an advanced notetaker which converts practically any handwriting into computer text. WritePad Nederlands is the first iPad product to offer natural handwriting recognition input in the Dutch language in addition to a keyboard entry. Dutch is the sixth language offered by WritePad, which is also available in English, French, German, Spanish, and Portuguese.

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