Product Announcement – Cisdem of Madelia, Minnesota has released DocumentReader 3 for Mac, adding support for opening Winmail.dat files and improved document reading experience. Besides winmail.dat files, this powerful reader offers Mac users a smooth experience for reading Windows-based documents, including WPD, WPS, XPS, OXPS, VISIO, DjVu and PDF in preferred viewing styles. With a customizable toolbar, users can also use DocumentReader to extract images, print and convert the documents into PDF, RTFD, Text, JPEG, PNG, TIFF, BMP, GIF.
New Features in Version 3.0:
- Open Winmail.dat Files in Batch:
Users can open multiple winmail.dat files in one go. Moreover, the application will list all the attachments of the winmail.dat files to users.
- Preview and Export Winmail.dat Attachments:
Not only the content of winmail.dat can be shown clearly in a form similar to an email, all the listed attachments can be preview and export for further sharing.
- Brand-new UI and Improved Documents Reading Experience:
The re-designed easy-to-use interface, allowing users to open and read multiple files on Mac at a time and switch between them. Besides, full screen reading, zooming, rotating and page navigation are available.
- macOS Sierra Support:
It’s fully compatible with OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, OS X 10.9 Mavericks, OS X 10.10 Yosemite, OS X 10.11 El Capitan and macOS 10.12 Sierra.
Other Enhancements Based on Previous Versions:
- Improved performance to open WPD, WPS, OXPS, XPS, Visio, DjVu and PDF files
- Convert and export documents to PDF, RTFD, TEXT, JPEG, PNG, TIFF, BMP and GIF
- Extract images from specified pages of PNG, JPEG, BMP, GIF or Tiff files
- Print files easily if printers connected, allowing users to preview and set page ranges, copies, etc.
- Customize toolbar to meet different reading habits and needs
- Two viewing modes: with thumbnails or content only
- Fix some minor bugs
Users can get a single license of Cisdem DocumentReader for Mac at $14.99 through the website. A 20% discount is offered for qualified students and educators of qualifying educational institutions. Download the free trial version or learn more by visiting Cisdem online.