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See 10-Ks and 10-Qs as soon as they are filed on your iPhone.

The iPhone app allows data users to:
* Search for a company, or for words in the label of any of 17,000 XBRL tags.
* Build reports of corporate filings, starting with the most recent. Select a document (e.g. balance sheet) and view its contents as individually tagged facts, in presentation, value, or date. Email the report as a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.
* Find the frequency of tag usage, along with definition and list of companies using that tag.
* Get alerts for a specific company or tag.

It doesn't show you the HTML or pdf versions of the forms, the app grabs the XBRL document and I assume (I don't have an iPhone to play with) will show you only the items you have told it you want to see.

I don't know if it does any quantitative measures, but it will allow you to capture the specific info you want, save it as an Excell file that you can email to yourself and put into your own spreadsheets.

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