Not sure about Readdle ... but I've used GR ... GR's UI is terrible ... If I want to download something from my ftp site, I have to go to the right pannel and open the appropriate section ...(btw ... the order of the "sections" on the right side is random to me ) Once there ... I select the ftp ... theres a Pop Up window that covers up 1/2 the screen ... this is just not well laid out ...
In iFiles, on the left, I select the directory stucture source from a button at the top, (whether it's DropBox, local iPad, ftp site, etc ) ... the directory structure does not pop up a window ... it simply populates on the right. press and hold on a file or folder on the right, and you have all your options.
Take a look at the layout here.
Looking at the image from the link above, if I select a different source from the Dashboard on the left, it's directory structure will populate on the right. Press and hold on a folder or file will pull up these quick menus. ( There are some additional options if the files are on the iPad, you may also Share with wi-Fi or BlueTooth, or zip the file ).
Also, an extra nice thing is that you can color code a file, thus you can organize with ... and images have thumnails, and file types have appropriate icons (music note icon for music file, doc icon for Word file, etc ).
It does a good job with basic opening / viewing of file types as well.
How does ReaddleDocs compare with such an organized GUI layout?
thanks for sharing,