Good.iWare has released an update to GoodReader for iPad adding file synchronization. Version 3.3 now allows users to automatically synchronize files with remote services such as Dropbox, iDisk, SugarSync or any WebDAV or FTP server. Users can choose to synchronize entire folders or select individual files for synchronization and setup lists of files and folders to be synchronized at the press of a button. Synchronization protection and conflict options can also be configured allowing users to prevent file/folder deletion and choose whether the local or remote file takes priority in the event of conflicts. The new version also adds support for accessing files on the SugarSync service, downloading of entire folders or groups of files from remote servers and the ability to lock the web browser with a password. A number of other smaller fixes and improvements are also addressed in the latest version. GoodReader for iPad is available from the App Store for $3.
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