Good.iWare announced the immediate availability of GoodReader 3.3 for the iPad on Monday. They update for the remote file access utility added the ability to auto sync files and folders, and also added support for the SugarSync service.
GoodReader for the iPad
The update for GoodReader lets users tag server directories and files that sync to their iPad when content is changed or updated, download complete folders as well as individual files, password lock the built-in Web browser, overwrite files when uploading to servers, search PDF documents faster, sort files in ascending and descending order, and more.
Along with its new SugarSync support, GoodReader also supports Dropbox, MobileMe iDisk, Box.net, and other WebDSAV and FTP servers.
GoodReader 3.3 for the iPad is priced at US$2.99 and is available at Apple’s iTunes-based App Store.