Who would have thought a couple of years ago that the iPhone would be where it is today. When Apple announced iPhone, we all had great expectations for it. But the platform has come a long way, and more individuals and businesses are adopting the iPhone by the day. The phone is not only great for answering calls and listening to music, but it’s great for going through documents and reading ebooks on. Some even consider the iPhone to be a stiff challenger to those larger e-book readers such as Kindle and Nook. I wouldn’t go as far as that, but the iPhone is more than capable of handling PDF, Word, and all your other documents. Especially if you get one of these 10 document readers for iPhone:
Documents To Go: the ultimate document reader for iPhone. It’s like having your Microsoft office on your phone. Great for editing Excel and Word documents.
Quick Office Mobile: not only opens Excel and Word files, but it can handle a wide variety of document formats on your phone. Great Microsoft document reader.
Aji Annotate PDF: a great way to read and take notes on PDF documents. Lets you use everything PDF documents have to offer on your iPhone.
ReaddleDocs: a complete document management app for iPhone. Not only lets you grab documents from all kinds of sources, but it’s a compatible with Microsoft documents as well.
PDF Reader Pro Edition: a powerful application that lets you read PDF readers on your iPhone easily without too much trouble. Haven’t had a problem with the app so far.
Good Reader: an underrated doc reader for iPhone that is great in handling those large PDF and TXT files. You have trouble viewing your large files on your iPhone, Good Reader could come in handy.
Comic Reader: are you a fan of comic books? This is the only app you need to read your favorite comic book on your iPhone.
Air Sharing: addresses multiple issues in one package. Lets you use your iPhone as a wireless hard drive, lets you handle your files more effectively, and lets you view them as well.
Spreadsheet: lets you open and edit spreadsheets on your iPhone. Comes in handy for those who do a lot of number crunching (in the fields of business, accounting, finance, and …).
Whiteboard Capture Pro: not your traditional document reader. But it’s a great tool to have if you do a lot of work on your Whiteboard. Lets your capture your Whiteboard content and store them for future references.
What’s your favorite document reader for iPhone?
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