Apple banned GoodReader create folders in iCloud Drive




Popular “reader» GoodReader, created by Russian programmers, lost access to iCloud Drive. Or rather, to that part of the functionality that is associated with working with files and folders. Developers at the request of Apple expelled from the customer the ability to manage content in the cloud service company.


Updated GoodReader not only got a new functionality in the form of improved “voice” of documents, but also lost some options. Contrary to the usual logic, features an application with access to update fewer. And it’s in politics Apple: The Company is obliged Good.iWare limit the ability of the program.

“In order to comply with the rules of the cloud service iCloud, in Annex disable the following functions: creating new folders within the iCloud, delete folders in iCloud, the transfer of files and folders in iCloud. We apologize for the inconvenience, we must follow the rules of Apple », – commented on the release of developers.

It should be noted that the presentation iCloud Drive Cupertino-based company officially announced that the third-party applications have full access to the service. For some reason, Apple revised the decision remains unclear. Earlier GoodReader fate befell the popular FTP-client Transmit by Panic.


GoodReader is designed for fans of electronic literature. Appendix effortlessly cope with the large files, supports editing files PDF, swaps documents with Dropbox, Google Docs, and FTP-server and works with multimedia files. The latest version of the developers have added support for unlocking protected information through Touch ID.

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