Connected Data, the creator of Transporter, the world's first peer-to-peer private cloud storage platform, and Smile, the developer of popular productivity software for OS X and iOS devices, today announced that Smile's next update to the PDFpen family of apps for iOS will offer support for Transporter. Professionals in the legal, medical, financial services and other heavily-regulated industries can now realize the benefits of using the cloud for file sharing and remote access with a solution that ensures total privacy and complete control over where data is stored. Here's more info:
The Smile PDFpen app lets users view, edit, annotate, sign, and encrypt confidential documents on iPhones, iPads, and Mac notebook and desktop computers. The app's support for the Transporter platform gives users the ability to access and distribute confidential information such as legal documents or patient records locally or remotely on Macs, iPads or iPhones. Transporter allows files to be transferred over an encrypted channel directly from device to device to prevent access by unauthorized people.
While there are some cloud storage services that let users store files in encrypted formats, they are still controlled by a third-party and have monthly fees that quickly grow more expensive than the one-time cost of a Transporter.
Connected Data launched the Transporter Developer Program in late-March 2014 to offer both consumers and businesses a seamless way to privately store, share and access files from any device, directly from their favorite applications. Interested developers can learn more about becoming a Transporter partner at filetransporter.com/app-developer
Pricing and Availability
Transporter starts at a suggested retail price of $99. To learn more, please visit filetransporter.com
PDFpen for iOS starts at a suggested retail price of $4.99 and is available at the App Store. PDFpen for Mac computers starts at $59.95 and is available at smilesoftware.com