StarForce Reader Is Available on Apple Devices Now


MOSCOW, Russia, 2016-Aug-09 — /EPR Network/ — StarForce Technologies, the leading copy protection software developer, announces the release of a new StarForce Reader to view protected documents on mobile devices with the iOS operation system. This iOS app was published in addition to the existing StarForce Readers for Windows and Android, to offer customers a broader scope of potential users of their protected documents.

StarForce protection is used for documents that will be shared via internet outside of a company. This kind of protection is mainly used by publishers and corporate customers who are interested to keep control over their intellectual property and sensitive information. Protection technologies include file conversion to a special format, access key generation, access key activation with binding to the parameters of a user device, and document tracking. Two cloud services are used to set up protection: and The second one,, allows to send protected emails with attachments for free.

StarForce Reader for iOS is available to everyone on the App Store for free. Besides protected documents, this app can also open unprotected PDF files. To learn more about StarForce Reader, please see this overview.

“The release of StarForce Reader for iOS is an important event for us, because we haven’t dealt with Apple systems so closely before”, says Natalia Yashenkova, Head of Marketing and PR at StarForce Technologies. “The experience was useful and we are planning to continue developing in this direction, designing a reader for Mac”.


About StarForce Technologies

StarForce Technologies ( is a leading vendor of information protection, copy protection and code obfuscation solutions for software, electronic content and audio/video files. Since 2000, StarForce has been successfully developing and implementing its state-of-the-art security solutions, providing copyright and intellectual property protection worldwide.

For more information about the company, please visit our web site or our Facebook page.

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