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Discussion in 'iPad Apps' started by shortnick92, Jan 2, 2011.
Whats the best PDF reader for the iPad?
Probably GoodReader. Just remember that any annotations you make to the pdf in that app will only be visible in that app.
I'd say PDF Expert. Nice viewer and annotations transfer back with PDF.
I have a reservation here, iBooks seems to have a lag while presenting new page in terms of clerity of text (Its not new page view but the clerity of text). After going thru few pages, it starts troubling my eyes.
On the other side, Goodreader don't have this problem.
Please give your opinion on this.
PS. I am using it on iPad
You can try fileapp or cloudreader for the iPad which is free.
DocsToGo Pro in my view is the besr pdf reader by far
@ CHSeifert It's a costly substitute
GoodReader all the way.
I'm sure they will show up in other apps that support annotations (inc. Adobe Reader) and vice versa - at least according to GoodReader help file. I haven't tried this to confirm though.