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I have tried many of these programs and waisted money on them. This is the best. Also free the only benefit of paying is no advertisements. now that i have tried it i am willing to spend the money
Jason Stutheit on Aug 4, 2012 for pdf-notes for iPad
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8/2 update killed it
The app opens to only a black screen since I updated it on 8/2. I use it for work, so this is incredibly inconvenient. Worked great prior to updating.
Bel331 on Aug 3, 2012 for pdf-notes for iPad
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Help please
I have a problem. Recently my PDF-notes app got stuck, I.e. it wouldn't upgrade after the halfway mark. I couldn't open it or restart the upgrade. This is a known problem that some times happens during upgrading apps on the iPad. To try to solve it I just deleted the app from my iPad and reinstalled the same from the app store. To my utter dismay all my PDFs are now lost. Please tell me if there is any way I can restore my PDFs back. I even had them backed up on my iCloud.
Drlifeline on Jul 28, 2012 for pdf-notes for iPad
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It's so clear!
I have been using it to for over 2 months. It is clearer compared other pdf softwares I have tried. I specially love the sticky notes function. It allows me to type intead of handwriting. The only shortage, in my mind, is not able to open a website when I click on the website printed on pdf pages. If it could be updated with this function. It's perfect.
Blewmoon on Jul 26, 2012 for pdf-notes for iPad
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Easy integration and workflow
PDF notes is a great application for the busy student who must keep up with class readings. If you don't run across PDF documents on a regular basis, create your own. Here is my workflow for class notes. 1.) I use PDF Redirect (Free) on my PC to create multipage PDFs. 2.) Then I upload the PDFs to Microsoft's Skydrive from my PC. 3.) Next, I pen the PDF on my iPad using the Skydrive App. 4.) Finally, I use "send to" PDF notes app. Strengths of the app. - The app opens at the place where you last closed it (very nice) - Has the ability to organize and edit information for each PDF. - You can insert a (collapsable) text window over any PDF page. - The highlighter is very accurate, with a variety of widths / colors. - There is an eraser tool which is also resizable - Gives you an undo / redo option (as many actions as needed). Weaknesses of the app. - The pencil tool is a bit sloppy (I have big fingers). A work-around is to enlarge the text and write normally. You can fit a lot more in the space, and it appears more clearly. - It does not allow the user to create a folder in the libraryj. It does allow you to designate an author or category, but to get files together requires a sorting of files. A folder option would greatly enhance this product. Other observations There is a small ad bar in the lower left hand side of the screen, and it can be a bit tricky to highlight the last line without selecting the ad. Word to the wise* Overall, a very good app.
br_unswick on Jul 20, 2012 for pdf-notes for iPad
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Can't be opened
I don't know what's wrong with the new version, it cannot be opened... Is there anyone with the same problem?
Ddiqqi on Jul 19, 2012 for pdf-notes for iPad
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