Good.iWare has updated GoodReader with direct support for Microsoft SkyDrive and improved support for a number of other online services via WebDAV. With GoodReader 3.17 users can now configure server-style connections to Microsoft SkyDrive as well as configuring automatic synchronization. The update also adds support for Novell NetStorage servers and Microsoft Office 365 and SharePoint servers via WebDAV and adds a new “Windows-style name encoding” setting for WebDAV connections to address issues when uploading or synchronizing files named with accented characters to Windows-based servers. GoodReader is available in separate, device-specific versions: GoodReader for iPad ($5) and GoodReader for iPhone ($5).
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