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Discussion in 'iPad Apps' started by maxsquared, Mar 22, 2012.
Yes, go get the update...
not one that has been keeping me awake at night in anticipation... but useful info anyway. Thanks!
lol. for those of us who bought the ipad to use as an ereader, and found our pdfs to be blurry, this has been eagerly anticipated. i've been checking the app store regularly!
Got this this morning...useful, but not mind blowing...Still, best to keep things up to date....
He he... Fair enough
Out of interest, why use something like good reader over apples iBooks?
Dropbox integration. More robust file management.
ah ok that makes sense... to be honest i use goodreader to connect to dropbox and manage my files. But for pdf & books i then "open in.." ibooks to view.
I am a new iPad owner and iBooks for the most part works very well. I like how quickly I can move between pages without lag and there is little load time for text clarity. But I do notice some missed features. I have some PDFs that contain a table of contents (TOC) that is viewable in Adobe Reader on my PC, but not within iBooks. For those that do show a TOC in iBooks, I cannot collapse the TOC (it is always fully expanded) to make it easier to scroll between sections. Also, it would be nice if we could zoom the page to fit the width or height of the screen and keep the zoom while flipping across the pages. Does Goodreader offer these features? Tom, are PDFs still more reader friendly in iBooks?
Good reader lets me annotate pdf's. So far as I know ibooks doesn't work for this with many pdf's
yeah i think its been possible since 5.1... you tap ,hold and drag to highlight an annotate. Works quite nicely (but i have little use personally for it)
I prefer goodreader over iBooks
Annotations, easier to organize and very useful to me. Once I open a file in goodreader I don't have to be online to read it.
you don't have to be online to read something in ibooks, iannotate, pdf reader, etc., etc...
perhaps they've changed that from the prior iOS
because I had to be online when I had the iPad 2 and iOS 4.
thanks for the update...
I read almost everything online nowadays.
glad to help. although, you could read offline as far back as the ipad 1 and ios 4
i see. if you read pdfs, you might find some of the appsmentioned in these threads provide a much better experience. if you don't read pdfs, carry on
I'm trying a few, but for now iBooks is good enought for me
Just need a slick full screen PDF reader that doesn't take an age to render a page each time I flip pages
Do people really think this is still clever or witty?
I sit corrected again.