Working with GIF, TIFF Files
GoodReader supports Animated GIF and Multi-Frame TIFF files. You can browse through individual frames as if they`re normal files. Also, you can extract individual frames, and save or email them as separate files*.
If an image file contains multiple frames, it will be indicated by a badge with a number over the thumbnail preview:
Tap on the thumbnail preview, and a popup window with individual frames will appear. Use that window to extract, email, or convert individual frames to PDF*:
Use the Play GIF button to play the animated version of the GIF instead of static individual frames:
* Extracting individual frames is a part of Pro Pack.
Excellent document reader
I`ve users this app for years on iPhones and iPad and have been very satisfied. I especially like the flexibility it has for accessing files (locally, Dropbox, etc.) and organizing them within the app. It excels with PDFs, but also seems to handle lots of other files well. The interface is a little more complicated that I like, but I suspect that it is to accommodate advanced features that I don`t use. All in all, worth the money and an app I use all the time.