I'm brand new to the forum, having just now joined in the hopes that someone will be able to point me in the right direction. Here is the situation:
I'm working on behalf of our nonprofit to develop a system in which all board meeting material is delivered via the iPad. In doing so, I'm trying to find an iPad application that will enable me to have some control over how folders and document files are organized and presented in the iPad for viewing. I'm talking about the actual list of folders/files from which you would choose a specific folder/file to view.
My first step was to download GoodReader and, while the application is great for viewing PDF documents, it does not offer much flexibility in terms of how those documents are listed/ordered or how the documents appear visually in the list. Specifically, we would like to control:
In regard to the first, we want to list folders/files in the order in which they are relavant on a board meeting agenda, and not simply by name, date, or file size -- the choices available in GoodReader.
- The ordering of the folders/files, and,
- The coloring of the folder/file names.
In regard to the second, we want to have some control as to the color and presentation of the folder/file names in the list. This is important because our meeting agendas are color coded and we want the folder/file names pertaining to the individual agenda items to be consistent with the color coded system.
I am aware that there are board meeting portal applications for the iPad; however, because these apps require that you purchase the portal software license as well, they will not work for us.
If anyone knows of a reader/document manager iPad application that would meet our needs, we would be most grateful.