Readdle continues to innovate on the iOS platform, and now the company has become the first one to offer an app capable of filling out Adobe Acrobat-created PDF forms with version 2.0 of their PDF Expert for iPad.
Apple just pushed out iBooks 1.2, a modest update to their universal e-reader app for iOS which lets you organize your e-books into Collections, print PDF documents and notes directly from the app via AirPrint and more. Here’s a look at what’s new!
This week's tips cover touchscreen issues with the iPhone and iPod touch. We'll also take a look at some keyboard tips for all iOS devices that help you to be better and faster at typing contractions, and we'll explore how to clear out the auto-correct dictionary. Also, we'll show you a cool tip about how to convert any document from any app into a PDF file, and the into iTunes for syncing to iBooks.
There are already plenty of PDF readers for the iPad, ranging from excellent to mediocre. But how many of them can actually perform advanced functions such as filling forms or applying signatures? That’s where PDF Expert comes in.
The iPhone has been capable of doing some amazing things thanks to third-party apps, and among them is the ability to use the handset as a portable document scanner thanks to apps like Scanner Pro, which has just released a new update with batch scanning and more.
I’ve opened up a 75-page PDF in Preview, and I need to extract three pages to email to somebody. I’ve been looking for some way to export only these three pages out of the PDF or to split the PDF, but I can’t figure out how to do it.
Adobe has released a new version of their Acrobat PDF creation and editing software. Acrobat X Pro gives users many new features, including the ability to manage and track your files (including Word and other file types) for a particular project with PDF Portfolios. This new release is sure to make the Acrobat-reliant users happy.
Printing is finally coming to iOS with an update in November, but third-party developers clearly feel that Apple’s official solution leaves something to be desired. Among them is Readdle, who is bringing full-featured printing to the iPad with a new app expected imminently.
When it comes to reading PDF files on the iPad, you have many choices -- including Apple’s own iBooks, which doesn’t cost a dime. But if you frequently need to annotate documents, highlight text or make notes with your PDFs, the choices were quite limited, until now.
If you’re a FileMaker Go user, your hump day just got a little bit brighter: Apple subsidiary FileMaker, Inc. today announced the immediate availability of a 1.1 update to both the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad versions of FileMaker Go which bring some welcome new features.