iAnnotate PDF is an easy to use yet powerful PDF reader and annotation tool for your iPad. Best PDF markup and annotation apps for iPad and Apple Pencil in . iAnnotate, $ iAnnotate was another app recommended by a. The best PDF app for managing, editing, and reading PDFs on your iPad. We researched seventeen different PDF apps to try and find the best.
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Version 4. Explore your documents by thumbnails, bookmarks, annotations, or search results. Folia - present your ideas. This is something that we are potentially considering adding in the future. Creation of those annotations is also a simple task.
Fortunately both the old AND the new versions of iAnnotate can reside peacefully together on your iPad. Robin Meadow - May 28, Its eraser function. Unlike every other program that allows handwritten annotations — e.
Instead, you have to delete the whole thing and start over. If you use a tablet to edit a document like a brief which as an appellate lawyer is what I spend a lot of time doing, beginning with the first iPad and now with the iPad Pro and pencil , you at least I need to have something that works just like a pencil eraser.
Both have the distinct advantage over Goodreader that the vertical page scroll is smooth, instead of jumping page to page as Goodreader does.
Thanks for the info Robin. Branchfire announced an update to iAnnotate today that includes offline access for files and thumbnail browsing. You can download or update iAnnotate here: While viewing a document, tap either one from the top-hand toolbar to select that mode. When it comes to annotations, PDF Expert has always had the most feature-rich highlighting engine in our testing.
Offering very opaque coloring and dark colors makes it one of the few apps tested that allow you to easily redact lines of text using a black highlight, but do note that you need to flatten the PDF if you want it to remain redacted when shared. This is something the NSA should probably look into.
Creation of those annotations is also a simple task. The small nature of the note bubble can make for rather tricky placement with a finger. On the plus side, the note text is rendered in Helvetica and not Marker Felt. PDF Expert also boasts solid signature support, but we wish that we could insert a signature without the tap to hold gesture, which is hard, if not impossible, to do while holding the device with one hand.
It is odd that clicking the signature icon in the toolbar is not how you insert a signature, but rather how you create signatures, making it a confusing icon to have persistent in the toolbar. It used to be that you could only stow one signature in PDF Expert. Now you can insert any signature you like, whenever you like.
Yes, you read that right: Doing so unlocks the following features:. PDF Expert allows you to switch between vertical and horizontal scrolling modes, both of which perform admirably.
Prior to the 6. Thankfully, that issue has since been resolved and vertical scrolling now performs exactly the way you want it to.
Another welcome update is the ability to zoom out past the width of the page in landscape mode. It used to be that in landscape, the document would simply fill the width of your device, with no option to zoom out and view the entire page.
Overall, the reading experience is solid, offering one of the fastest renderings of large PDF files we tested. However, PDF Expert also has built-in support for the following services: In other words, no matter what your office uses, you can probably sync your documents in the app.
PDF Expert works very well with Dropbox shared folders.
If you have several different people you collaborate with on certain PDFs, you can all share a folder in Dropbox and that folder can be added to your Documents tab in PDF Expert. The app also allows you to enable iOS Data Protection file-encryption system. These are great options that help keep access to your cloud storage secure but easily accessible to you.
The iCloud syncing between your Mac and iPad alone makes it a valuable tool, though one could just as easily use services like Dropbox to achieve a similar solution with PDF Expert. Additionally, there is no universal search for PDFs, nor is there a tab bar for quickly switching between several different currently-open PDFs in the app. It offers strong export options and import sources, and our favorite feature is the media library.
There is a standard set of items like those found in other apps: There is also a massive set of proofing markup icons for proofreading documents. However, unlike the stamping tools in other apps tested, PDFpen can use iCloud to sync over media from its Mac counterpart. Additionally, PDFpen comes with a library of proofing markup tools that are sure to be a boon to serious reviewers.