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simple and convenient
This is a convenient and easy-organized program, witch has a fast tool for annotation, fully involves multi-touch interface. Here it is an important function: open in... With good-reader it fully satisfies my requirements in reading and annotation pdf (good-reader sees notes with pdf-notes without a problem and can change them, and also you can easy transfer files from one program to another). The only thihg, files open slow at the first time. Sorry for my English.
Strangeress on Mar 7, 2011 for pdf-notes for iPad
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Perfect for highlightint the text!
Best app for highlighting!!very good, my favorite reader! how about to create a tool where we can use our finger to run towards the lines without changing pages? It will be perfect for fast reading!
Raulmol on Mar 6, 2011 for pdf-notes for iPad
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Almost there!
I've been testing apps for faculty use and PDF reading and markup has been a loud request. I've tried them all (assuming I found them all) and can say this app is the most usable. PROS: - double tap zoom allows accurate and clean writing. - Three finger toggle for pens is intuitive with a couple minutes of practice. - "open with" is a plus - overall layout is easy to use - multi tasking - Free app with full functionality and non invasive ads. CONS: - relies on "open with" and iTunes file sharing too much to transfer files to online services like Drop Box. Folks don't want to connect via cable with an almost completely wireless device to transfer files. - no direct storage to Drop Box or webdav. - has locked up on me with multitasking several times (saved changes so no data loss) - no direct feedback or feature request webpage. Can't find company, support or developer page. I'm hoping this app will support Drop Box so I can keep better track of all my files. Right now I have to navigate between Readle and Good Reader to put PDFs back after annotation. I need to annotate, store, and move on quickly and right now it doesn't fit the bill. There's a lot of money to be made with academia right now if you get the app ready for prime time. Thanks for this thoughtfully built app. I look forward to buying this for a lot of faculty when it's ready.
asdfasdfasdfasdfsadf on Mar 3, 2011 for pdf-notes for iPad
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Great app
This app is great. It does everything it says it does, and does almost anything you need a PDF reader to do. Writing, highlighting, making notes, and scrolling through everything is great and easy. It'd be nice to make typed notes too, but i got this app to hand write notes so it does the job i need. Also, it would be nice if you could order all of your notes any way you want instead of having them in the order that they were added. Overall, i would definitely recommend this app. If you were able to type notes and could order all of your notes in a different way, I'd give this 5 stars.
Andjf on Feb 26, 2011 for pdf-notes for iPad
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Pretty good but...
Can't figure out how to sort alphabetically in bookshelf mode. Would be nice if they wiggled like apps so you could drag and drop on the bookshelf.
B7507503 on Feb 24, 2011 for pdf-notes for iPad
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Easy to use app
I find it easy to use. the only issue is that there's no way to save a "flattened" version of the file so that I can open up and see the annotations in other iPad applications that don't support the underlying document with annotations on top. that would be a great improvement.
Gabetada on Feb 21, 2011 for pdf-notes for iPad
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