MyDoc2PDFConverter is an indispensable add-on for your Android device
because it helps user convert documents into open standard PDF files, for easy exchange.
Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) July 28, 2011
Retina-X Studios, LLC, today announced the launch of MyDoc2PDFConverter, a PDF converter for Android smartphones. The handy utility can convert documents, images, contacts and Web pages into PDF format within the application interface.
Anyone looking for the ability to convert documents, presentations, spreadsheets, photos, online articles, blog posts or regular web pages to PDF format for later reading or sharing with colleagues and friends will find MyDoc2PDFConverter invaluable for their day-to-day usage on the Android devices.
Priced at $1.99, MyDoc2PDFConverter offers the freedom of mobility to the user for not depending on his PC or costly software for conversion of necessary data files received via email and sharing them with others. It lets a mobile worker to remain mobile and unshackle his creativity without any obstacles. Irrespective of any office use, it is useful for anybody who relies heavily on his phone for viewing and sending files to others.
“MyDoc2PDFConverter is an indispensable add-on for your Android device because it helps user convert documents into open standard PDF files, for easy document exchange,” said Craig Thompson, media person of Retina-X, “User can also share photos or their phonebook contacts easily through email by converting them first into PDF files.”
MyDoc2PDFConverter for Android is available for download from Android AppMarket, download link and more information can be found at http://www.retinamobileapps.com.
Media Contact: Craig Thompson at media(at)retinax(dot)com or (888) 475-5345.
Postal Inquiries: Retina-X Studios, LLC, 13453 N. Main St. Suite 201, Jacksonville, FL 32218
About Retina-X Studios: RXS is a mobile app development company most known for its critically acclaimed product Mobile-Spy®. Company has recently expanded aggressively in utility and productivity apps for Android, BlackBerry and iPhone. RXS products have been mentioned by Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Reader’s Digest, PCWorld and other media outlets.