GoodReader for iPad Good.iWare's popular GoodReader app has been updated to 3.0. This update has more to do with PDF annotating, but fixes some bugs as well. The changes include: - PDF Annotation Support - You can now extract files from PDF file attachments - New gestures - The ability to hide PDF watermarks - Corrected an issue in iOS 3.x that caused crashes on some PDF files - Some graphical elements now displayed better - File-size limitations lifted - UI improvements - WiFi and Bluetooth conflict fixed While GoodReader does much more than just view PDF files, the annotate feature is a shot across the bow of iBooks. With GoodReader's much better file transfer, organization and storage features, this writer will surely delegate iBooks' PDF tab back to one of those sub-menu features that one forgets about. One wonders if GoodReader shouldn't have been a default iPad app at launch but its good to see a small company making the iPad experience better - and turning a pretty penny as well. GoodReader is currently number three ($0.99) on the Productivity Top 100, behind only Pages and Numbers. I tried the annotate feature and found it fast and easy to use. As a heavy GoodReader user, I was looking forward to this update.