What Is The Best Ipad PDF Annotating Tool With Google Drive Support?
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What is the best iPad PDF annotating tool with Google Drive support?
Both iAnnotate and GoodReader support proper PDF annotations. This means t appear as real annotations (with pop-up notes) when opened in other viewers like Nitro Reader, Nitro Pro and Add Notes To Pdf.online Reader, and can be replied to, etc. (If your viewer allows it). Whereas some other iPad PDF viewers I've tried treat the PDF pages as images and you wind up with scribbles directly on the page and no way to attach text feedback to them -- t are terrible for collaborating on. I'd give GoodReader a try first. The major difference between the two when annotation/drawing is GoodReader lets you attach text feedback to the drawing markups you add via pop-up notes. That is critical for me when marking up page content.
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With a simple “Add annotation to ...” link to the note-based drawing, when a colleague is viewing the PDF on their computer that's already filled in the annotations on the notes page, they can simply select that note from their computer, and get a pop-up that tells them what they wrote. With t I can't do this. The browser window still loads the PDF and the note-based drawing and there's no way to insert a link in the pop-up window to the annotated page. I had a similar experience with Adobe's own PDF viewer, Pages. I couldn't add text to the drawing even through the link dialog. T: I like t. t does have a nice 'Draw to Page' button for adding text. (Note that this button is only active when the PDF is open in a browser, and you are using the Reader) (Note that this button is only active.
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