By December 21, 2010

GoodReader Updates for iPhone and iPad


If you saw my iPad video  earlier this year where I showed how the iPad can be used as a sales tool you would have seen that I used Goodreader for viewing Word/Excel/PDF’s etc. Well now the iPhone version of GoodReader has just been updated to include the newest features added to the iPad version earlier this month. The newest version includes a new PDF displaying engine, offering a much smoother experience when zooming/panning a file, plus AirPrint support for wireless printing. GoodReader now also offers more features for annotating files, including:

· Adjustable line thickness and opacity for drawings

· Redo button in freehand drawing mode

· Freehand drawing tool now allows users to zoom and pan a page with two fingers, useful for long handwritten notes that do not fit on one screen

· Freehand drawing tool now works much faster on pages containing a large number of annotations


Head on over to the App Store from your iPhone and check it out.


Posted by: James

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