PDF Expert from Readdle is top notch
If you read a lot of documents, and especially if you edit and engage with those documents, then this is an app you need to check out.
PDF Expert is a PDF manipulation app from Readdle that allows you to read, edit, annotate, sign, and even convert to audio just about any PDF you have. From making notes to listening to the PDF with text-to-speech, there’s nothing you cannot do with PDF Expert.
This is one of those apps that you think “Well, I’d only use that once in a while”.. until you get it. Then you wonder how you functioned without it.
I’ve been using it for some time and have found it to be a great way to fill out PDF forms on websites, to be a far better PDF viewer than the one built-into my iPhone and iPad, and to be a great way to read and make notes on documents I’m working with. I now often save web pages and articles from sites I want to read into PDF fomat on my iPad and then make notes and annotate to send to colleagues or to a cloud folder for later retrieval so I can reference it later.
The app is very well-designed, has a strong file management system, and is by far one of the best productivity apps I’ve used in recent months. Very much worth having, I highly recommend it.
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