Welcome to the iSilo™ for iOS home page!
- iSilo™ 6.20 for iOS is now available on the
- iSilo™ optimized versions of the CIA's
The World Factbook 2013 are now available
- With iTunes 9.1, you can now directly transfer files to iSilo™
on your iPad or iPhone/iPod touch running iOS4 over the USB cable . See
to transfer files to "iSilo for iPhone OS" via iTunes.
- iSilo™ 1.30 for iPhone/iPod touch is now available on the
Version 1.30 adds the ability to view additional file types.
Additional image file types include .jpg, .png, .gif, .tif, among others.
Additional document file types include .pdf, .htm, Word (.doc, .docx),
Excel (.xls, .xlsx), and PowerPoint (.ppt, .pptx). See the manual
for more details on the additional file type support.
- If you need a how-to tutorial on how to transfer files from your
desktop or notebook computer to your device for viewing
with iSilo™ take a look at the following articles:
Use iSilo™ to view documents in iSilo™,
Palm Doc, and plain text format on your iPhone or iPod touch.
The following links are to sites that provide downloadable documents
in iSilo™, Palm Doc, or plain text format.
Please note that the links are to third-party
sites and that some documents may need to be purchased to be used.
A comprehensive collection of fiction and nonfiction eBooks.
The largest collection in the most formats of electronic documents,
both fiction and nonfiction.
This link provides the list of documents from MemoWare that you
can view using iSilo™.
The first producer of free electronic books. Use the plain text
links if you want to save the document for offline viewing
Medical References for the Doctor on the Go, including LyteMeister
Therapeutic Guidelines - miniTG:
Therapeutic Guidelines provide clear, concise, independent and evidence-based
recommendations about patient management that have been developed by
Australia's leading medical experts.
The Clinical Medicine Series:
Quick and extensive references for the diagnosis and treatment of the majority
of problems that may present themselves in a primary care physician's practice.
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