iOS – OrganiDoc HD – Review


OrganiDoc HD is the iPad version of this productivity app, there’s also an iPhone version. It’s a powerhouse full of file management features. Check out our review below:




Developer: Wenjoy Technology Inc
Price: $4.99/£2.99
Version: 2.8.0
Released/Updated: April 2, 2012
Size: 12.9 MB
Rated: 4+

Our Ratings
Graphics/Sound: 4.5/5
User Interface: 4.5/5
Gameplay: N/A
Re-use/re-play value: 5/5
Overall Rating: 5/5


What Is It?



It’s an awesome file management app, it allows you to simply transfer documents, images, music and videos from you computer, through iTunes or WiFi, thus enabling browsing and management of your files, wherever you are.

Is It Easy To Use?



Absolutely, that’s the beauty of this app, all you need to do is connect your iPad to your computer via the USB cable, you’ll then see the icon and name of your iPad at the left hand side of iTunes, just click on that. Select the Apps tab and scroll down to File Sharing. Click on the OrganiDoc HD icon, you will see the document area on the right hand side with OrganiDoc HD file sharing. Just click on and add the files you want to be transferred to your iPad, or drag and drop them into the Document area. The files are then automatically uploaded to your iPad, you do not need to sync it.

If you don’t have a USB cable around, then you can use WiFi to transfer files from your computer to your iPad. OrganiDoc also offers support for Air Print too.

If you need to access document for a presentation, OrganiDoc also support TV out features, so you can connect your iPad to your TV or projector in order to carry out the presentation.

OrganiDoc HD also works with Cloud storage too and will connect to, GoogleDocs, Dropbox, MobileMe iDisk, Public iDisk, WebDAV Server, Box.met, Soonr, ASUS WebStorage and SugarSync.

The image above is from a huge zip video file that we were just sent from Activision demonstrating their new up and coming Battleship video game. OrganiDoc HD had absolutely no problem opening and playing this file at all.

Is It Fun?



Well, I don’t know if any Productivity app could be described as fun, per se, but saying that it is fun in that it works so well. It does bring joy.

Is It Pretty?



Yes, the interface is sleek with good colors and very cool and simple design. Definitely a winner in this area.

Should You Download It?



If you’re looking for an all encompassing file management app, that will really help you access all your documents, whether they be text, images, music or video then you should not hesitate. This app does it all and does it very well too.

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