Monday, February 20, 2012


In addition to writing your own text, you may want to review and provide feedback on PDF documents other people have created. On the iPad, several apps offer comparable features. A few examples:

• iAnnotate PDF: This iPad app is a full-featured PDF reader with annotation capabilities. (Aji, $9.99)

• GoodReader for iPad: Mentioned numerous other times in this book, this all-purpose tool for transferring and displaying documents also lets you add notes and drawings to PDFs. (Good.iWare, $2.99)

• smartNote: This note-taking app, discussed in Take Notes, lets you use any PDF file as the “paper,” on which you can add free-form drawings, shapes, notes, and other annotations. (Christopher Thibault and Brendan Lee, $2.99)

• TakeNotes: Like smartNote, this iPad app lets you import a PDF (or JPEG or PNG graphic) and use it as the background for drawing and note-taking, and then save the resulting document as a PDF. (Kishore Tipirneni, $3.99)

Source of Information : TidBITS-Take Control of Working with Your iPad 2011

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