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MacMost Now 687: Storing and Reading Documents With GoodReader For iOS
Comments: 8 Responses to “MacMost Now 687: Storing and Reading Documents With GoodReader For iOS”
Yes. I just tried it for you. I opened a PDF. Then I added some text and a circle. Then I printed with AirPrint and the annotations were there.
I'm a consultant and I use GoodReader on my iPad 2 to annotate PDF documents. I prefer to have my annotation on a digital support instead of on a paper document. It is more useful for me. I always have my files with me, available on my iPad and my iPhone.
Thanks a lot Gary, good to know that it'll just work out perfectly for my needs.
Keep up the good work!
Is there any reason why you restricted the demonstration to documents only? GoodReader can be used to zip & unzip files or folders, which is useful if you receive a zipped folder via Mail. There's much more to GoodReader than just reading/editing of documents.
iCloud doesn't show up in my list of files using GoodReader. Is this something you have access to thru developer access to Mountain Lion?
This is an iPad app. It has nothing to do with Mountain Lion. Not sure why you aren't seeing iCloud as an option.
When I purchased my iPhone I wanted an app which could read PDFs and GoodReader was my choice.
I liked to have my dSLRs owner's manual on-hand for when I needed to change settings, which were buried in menus. It was and remains a great PDF reader.
I'm considering buying an iPad for University so I won't have to carry around my MacBook all the time and I've already read a lot of good reviews about GoodReader so I was wondering if this App actually makes it possible to add notes to pdf documents and print them later on vía AirPrint directly from the App?