Readdle aims to provide the best apps to enhance your productivity with iOS devices.
Today we released an update for PDF Expert for iPad.
In addition to powerful annotation capabilities, PDF Expert Gets Signature and Text Notes Support.
The latest version of PDF Expert for iPad extends the app’s annotation capabilities by allowing you to sign documents with only a couple of taps. Simply tap the “Signature” button at the top of the screen to begin the signature creation process, sign your name in the open space using your finger or a stylus, and then tap “Save.” Now you will be able to add your signature to any portion of a PDF by tapping and holding on an open space, and then tapping the “Signature” button in the pop-up menu.
Signatures can be manipulated in a variety of ways, such as color, line size, and text size, and can be moved around even after placing them.
PDF Expert also now features the ability to add text directly onto a PDF, making filling out scanned PDF forms ridiculously easy. Just like adding signatures, all you have to do is tap and hold on an open space, and then select “Text” from the pop-up menu. Doing so will bring you into a note-like creation area where you can type up as much or as little text as you want, and have it placed right on the PDF. After creating your text, you can still change the size, color, and placement of it.
Full support for PDF Forms will be available in the next update.
The update is FREE for existing customers, setting new customers back just $4.99.
We would like to hear you suggestions, feedback and thoughts.
Here are some screenshots:
Filling in scanned forms