GoodReader has released a major update, allowing users to annotate and share documents. PDF files can now be enhanced with ‘sticky note’ comments, drawings and highlights, and users can cut and paste text from PDFs onto their clipboard. All these annotations can be saved for later use or sharing.
Users who prefer to use GoodReader to simply, well, read, will be able to do so without seeing much change in the interface. ‘Our aim with adding the PDF Annotations feature to GoodReader was to make it work as non-obtrusively as possible,’ said Yuri Selukoff, president of Good.iWare. ‘With GoodReader, we offer you many ways to annotate your PDFs, but the interface is almost invisible — it’s only there when you need it.’
GoodReader requires iOS 3.0 or later. More information on the update, including a full range of specs, can be found from Good.iWare along with screenshots, and the app costs $1 in iTunes.