Happy to hear they are planning on adding it. That would be perfect.Ive been chatting with the GoodReader support guys, looks like my school's security system is gonna give me grief for direct PDF downloads.
They said that annotation is 'an upcoming' feature.
Ill take a look at Padnotes, I really like GoodReader, was great at .99c too
It can - but not in batch. One file at a time....Well Padnotes can annotate, but doesnt seem like it can import files.. im not done sorting through it
uploads/downloads pdfs from mac/windows desktop, and lets you annotate on the ipad. UI is garbage but once you learn it, it is pretty efficient.
PadNotes is clunky..... but a good start for what it does. It just isn't smooth/easy if you have a huge amount of files you want to write on (or import). I don't regret spending the $2.99 - it stopped a child in meltdown over writing a speech homework paper this morning. On a monday after a sugar filled holiday - i'll gladly spend another $2.99 for that!Padnotes' interface looks like crap. Papers looks great, and it syncs with the mac version, but I'm not sure if you can annotate.
Good Reader - straight reading and searching of a huge library of files
PadNotes - kids worksheets to fill in, coloring book type of stuff.
iAnnotate - PDFs for annotating while studying.
I'm hesitant now to buy iAnnotate though, I wonder what the time frame is on GoodReader?
I need ton take notes on some PDF files as I listen to some lectures for school. The lecture notes have some space for. Notes but I want to write (type) on the sheets. Sometimes they have word documents but most of the time is is PDF.
Which one of the above worse the best for taking notes on a PDF. Any of the, all you to add a page to the PDF for additional notes? Sometimes I turn my lecture guide over and write a specific item out...
check out this post of 10+3 annotation apps for the iPad: http://academipad.joachim-scholz.co...ad-how-you-find-the-app-that-is-best-for-you/
...explains why I use two apps for this. I use iAnnotate PDF as an all around reader in my administrative role to mark up PDFs I need to use in meetings, for example. And I use Sente for my academic research role. I typically collect journal articles on my iMac Sente and read and annotate them on Sente for iPad.