iPhone and iPad apps tagged "PDF annotation."
Mindspeak Software Announced Document Writer Update 4.3
Mindspeak Software, the leader in mobile consumer apps, is proud to announce the release of Document Writer 4.3, an update to its latest productivity application for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Release of USB Disk Pro by Imesart - a Superb File Manager App
Imesart released a major update for USB Disk Pro - a superb file manager app. The update includes a new iOS 7 design, an improved web browser, Box file management and more. Reliable, accurate, simple, fast - what else do you need to manage files on your iPhone and iPad?
Documents by Readdle claims a spot on the every iPad Home screen
Today Readdle releases Documents by Readdle, its newest iPad application, to claim a spot on every iPad Home screen. It allows people to store, read, listen to, watch and download almost anything they want on their devices.
PDF Expert 3 brings signatures and embedded media to PDFs on the iPhone
Today Readdle releases PDF Expert 3, the new generation of its popular iPhone application to read, annotate PDF documents and even fill in PDF forms. With PDF Expert 3 signing PDF documents becomes possible on the iPhone.
Remarks for iPad Lets Users Write, Draw or Comment on PDFs
Today Readdle releases Remarks, its brand new application for handwriting, note taking and PDF annotating on the iPad. It lets people replace paper for writing notes, making sketches and drafting ideas.
Soonr Debuts Scribble App for Cloud-Based Document Sharing and Annotations
Soonr Scribble, the integrated annotation and cloud services app by Soonr, Inc., will make its iOS debut at Macworld this week. Scribble boosts team productivity by making it possible to do freehand annotation on any document type and collaborate seamlessly through the cloud.
Top 11 Productivity Apps for the iPad
At it's release many heralded the iPhone as the productivity gadget that would change the world for working professionals everywhere. And yet, it only hinted at what the iPad now offers. It's hard to over estimate the difference that a larger screen and faster processor can have on one's out-of-office productivity ability.