Monday, December 03, 2007

Take Your Office Documents on Your iPhone in One Step!

Currently, the easiest way to view your Office documents on your iPhone is to convert them to PDF in your computer and email them to yourself. You can then open the PDF attachments on your iPhone and view them trouble free.

BCL Technologies introduces a one-step method to take your Office documents on your iPhone. Simply email your document(s) to and presto, the file will be sent back to your email as a PDF attachment which you can then open in iPhone.

Click here for the list of the supported document formats


  1. Hello!! this is a wonderful widget that I´ve just found!! I would like to use it on my blogs, but not put on the main page or the blogroll. What I want is to put an icon and a message like "print to pdf this post" at the end of each thing that I write. It would be like the "Send to a friend" icon, or the "XX comments" counter.

    By this way, people that like anything, could print it inmediately. Is it possible? Can you help me? Where do I need to put the code in my blogger template?? Hundreds of thanks from Spain!!!

  2. Anonymous8:18 PM

    When might you start an affiliate program for businesses to refer others? We are currently advertising pdfonline at all 3 of our websites: and

    This feature of having it on an iPhone is cool! It would be awesome to get a commission on all of the referrals through our site.

    Let me know.

    Thanks pdfonline!! I love your tools!

  3. @ruben,
    I checked your blog and found it is Blogger i.e. widget based. So, my latest post will sure help you achieve what you want.

    One suggestion, instead of make a common email address like and configure it so that when someone sends a mail to it, it replies the sender with an attachment as pdf format of the URL mentioned in the subject of the mail.
    i.e. if I send a mail with subject, it will reply me the pdf version of the page

  4. Hi,
    I have been using pdfonline for quite some time and have found it extremely useful.. however, i would like to know if there is any other version that supports Unicode document conversions...

    say.. i have a word doc written in hindi - tamil.. & when i convert it to pdf.. I don't get the see the script.. all i see is junk characters or boxes

    Can this be fixed, how do i convert unicode documents to pdf.. please give me some guidelines

    thank you

  5. WOW This is an awesome feature to have! I am glad that I found your blog!

  6. Anonymous9:15 AM

    Got nothing to say about your iPhone post, You really got an awesome informative blog, would you mind if i ask you for a link exchange? Regards...

  7. Anonymous11:09 AM

    cant you just email the documents to yourself as an attachment and open it in the iphone?

  8. Anonymous11:10 AM

    with macs you can save any document as pdf yourself

  9. Some good tips, might give this a go on my iPhone later this evening, cheers