Having trouble opening a huge document? Frustrated by slow scrolling and page turning? We can fix that. With LargeViewer, you can quickly and easily ...
Having trouble opening a huge document? Frustrated by slow scrolling and page turning? We can fix that. With LargeViewer, you can quickly and easily view incredibly large documents on your iPad, iPad mini and iPhone while preserving all the color and detail. • Manuals longer than 12,000 pages • Drawings bigger than 48 x 36 inches • 86 megapixel camera images • 20,000 x 18,000 pixel size blueprints • Wall size maps • 500MB TIFF or JPEG2000 files • PDFs and faxes • A0, ANSI D, or ANSI E LargeViewer can handle it all. With NO WAIT TIME. Besides Dropbox support, LargeViewer can act as a cloud server so you can upload/download/manage files and folders from your desktop browser. ► Check our website for case studies from forward-thinking engineers and utility companies who use LargeViewer to solve their problems of viewing up-to-date digital blueprints, drawings, and maps and sharing them with their field personnel. LargeViewer features include: • Instant open • Effortless scrolling and page turning • Crisp detail even when zooming • True color rendering • Access and share via Mail, iTunes and Dropbox • Organize docs into folders • Accelerated PDF viewer • Local file support • Printing capability • Open multi-page TIFF files from your fax machine • Convert TIFF to PDF • Fast email and phone support LargeViewer can read almost every image file format imaginable: AVS, BMP, CUR, DIB, FITS, GIF, ICON, JNG, JP2, JPEC, JPEG, JPEG2000, JPG, MAT, MIFF, MTV, MVG, PBM, PCX, PGM, PICT, PIX, PNG, PNG8, PNG24, PNG32, PNM, PPM, RLE, SGI, TGA, TIFF, TIF, TIM, VIFF, WBMP, WPG, SBM, XPM. ISO AO, USA Arch E, Large E or the standard D1 format files plus Apple quick look support for Office 97+, PAGES, RTF, iWorks, TXT, and CSV. View large pages such as Engineering, Architectural or CAD drawings in ISO A0 (841 × 1,189 mm/33.1 × 46.8 in), the USA Arch E (762 × 1,067 mm/30 × 42 in) and the Large E size (915 × 1,220 mm/36 × 48 in). Plus the more standard size of D1 (24x36 in). Another big advantage LargeViewer offers is cost. For large building projects, blueprint charges can easily run from $15,000 to $20,000. LargeViewer can replace hundreds of pages of construction blueprints that can be routinely updated and shared with the push of a button. ► Here’s what satisfied users around the world are saying about LargeViewer: "Keep up the good work. You have an excellent program. All of our field staff have iPads and the number one complaint is slow rendering when reading blueprints. I will let everyone know to try this app and re-evaluate their position on digital blueprints.” "Finally! This is the viewer that handles any size image I throw at it. Even ones with many dozens of megapixels! I have been looking for something like this. Others I have tried are extremely slow at scrolling or zooming, or can't handle the large images I want to view. But LargeViewer is screaming fast and can handle ever size image I have tried." "LargeViewer is the best large image viewer I have seen, by far. And now with the new iPad with retina display it's even more useful! Simply stunning! If you want to view pretty much any resolution image and really show off what the retina display can do, you've got to get this app! Butter smooth scrolling, and just refuses to crash even when throwing 80-megapixel Phase One IQ180 images at it!” "I am a professional civil engineer. I now have all my drawings loaded to my iPad when I go for inspections. It works well for large files and it is FAST." "Incredible. Test passed with a TIFF file from 11.000 x 5700, weight 190 MB. Fantastic. It has a button to zoom to 100%, and it’s easy to go beyond the resolution of the file. Thanks and congratulations for the work. App absolutely recommended.” ► To get answers to your questions and make suggestions for future improvements, tap LargeViewer's Email Support button.
Size: 16.4 MB
Price: 18,86 €
Developed by Corporate Smalltalk Consulting Ltd
Day of release: 2010-11-18
Recommended age: 4+