|Jan 6, 2011, 06:35 PM||#1|
Received a very important RFP today which had to be sent out immediately after review. Since the originator sent it out in a fillable PDF format and all I had was my iPad - I opened up PDF Expert (after GoodReader failed me) only to find blue highlights and soon discovered that I could actually fill in forms using the application. I must say, I was impressed (somewhat still am). Kudos to Readdle for developing such a neat app.
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|Mar 10, 2011, 12:54 AM||#2|
PDF Expert will allow you read and define PDF documents, highlight text, make notes, draw with your finger and save these changes which are appropriate with Preview.Handling huge amount of PDF files are the most chief functions to mention.
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