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Save My Docs does one thing and it does it fairly well: Any supported document (the following types are: .DOC, .DOCX, .XLS, .XLSX, .RTF, .TXT, JPG, .JPEG, .PNG, .GIF, .PDF, and .HTML) can be saved from within Safari on your iPod Touch or iPhone. It can then be viewed at any time. It definitely works as advertised but it’s hard to be excited by yet another app that forces you to view only a portion of the documents you surely have stored on your iPhone or iPod Touch.
Once you’ve captured a document you can view it at any time. The viewer works like most similar viewers on this hardware platform, allowing you to page through them and zoom in and out. It offers no search capability but you can view documents in landscape mode, rename them, as well as view details such as the date and size of the document.
Save My Docs performs as expected. If you find yourself in situations where you are often viewing documents in Safari on your iPhone or iPod Touch and wish you could easily save them and read them later, then this app is for you. There are plenty of other apps (Air Sharing, for instance) that will also do the job, but those usually require you to save the documents on a PC or Mac and then transfer them to the device.
Is Save My Docs worth the asking price? It’s hard to believe that other vendors won’t add or haven’t already added similar features, so it might be hard to justify the cost of this app when you compare it to something that can also transfer documents from and to a computer, or that offers nested sub-folders and other conveniences that can help you organize your documents.
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