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PDFpen for iPad Update


PDFpen for iPad icon

PDFpen for iPad has been updated to version 1.7.1. This app allows you to annotate, write on, and correct various types of documents.

You can learn more about this app by watching the following video tutorial.

This PDF editor works with iCloud so you can edit a document on your iPad and continue on your Mac or vice versa.

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The update includes the following fixes:

• Resolves issue that could cause some documents not to be displayed properly when viewed in landscape orientation
• Enhances Wi-Fi uploads to convert images to PDF
• Improvements for iOS 7.1

iPad Screenshot 4

The app itself has various features, including:

– Read and edit PDF documents on your iPad
– Store documents in iCloud, Dropbox, and Alfresco for sharing between devices
– Retrieve and save PDFs directly with Dropbox, Evernote, Box, Alfresco, and Google Drive; share PDFs with a computer via Wi-Fi; transfer files using iTunes, FTP, and WebDAV
– Optimized for Retina display
– Add text, images and signatures to PDFs

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– Correct text in original PDF with editable text blocks
– Move, resize, copy and delete images in original PDF
– Import images from iPad Photo Library
– Save frequently-used images, signatures, objects and text for reuse
– Fill out PDF forms
– Add notes, comments, and freehand scribbles
– Draw lines, arrows, rectangles, ellipses and polygons
– Mark up documents with highlighting, underscoring and strikethrough; proofreading symbol collection included
– Duplicate and rotate pages
– Copy, combine, rename and delete files documents
– Organize your documents using Folders
– Thumbnail view sidebar for easy skimming
– Support for Jot Touch, Jaja, and Pogo Connect pressure sensitive pens

 

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