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Looking for a good document "management" tool

Discussion in 'iPad Apps' started by kanderna, Jan 30, 2012.

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    kanderna iPF Novice

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    Hi all,

    Did a couple searches, but they brought back so many irrelevant results that they were hard to wade through.

    I say "management" in the title, but that's a bit misleading. It's a simple need. I'm really just looking for something that will allow me to store work-related .doc, .xls, .pdf files in one place so I could quickly access them. If iBooks would allow me to drop in .doc and .xls files, I would have exactly what I needed.

    GoodReader is a bit robust for what I need, but if that's the best option, then so be it.

    Thanks for the help!
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    Try fileapp it looks like it could be good, but I haven't tried it, but it looks like what you could be looking for.

    Sent from my iPad 2
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    Hi, i use this simple app, doubles as a file manager and data security app - MySafeApp (for iPhone & iPad). try it..

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