Pdf Apps

Best iPad apps to store and manage PDFs: Organize, edit, annotate, send, and search better!

Looking for the best iPad apps to help you sort, organize, edit, and just plain better manage your PDF collections? Whether you store tremendous amounts of PDFs that need to all be searchable or you just need to be able to paperlessly sign and send off a PDF contract, there are lots of App Store apps that make managing PDFs on iPad easier than ever. However, depending on how you interact with PDFs on a regular basis, some apps may be better suited for your use case than others. Considering some PDF apps can be quite costly or take up quite a bit of time to set up, we've done the dirty work for you in order to find which are the absolute best PDF management apps for iPad.

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URL2PDF for iOS lets you turn any web page into a shareable PDF in just seconds

URL2PDF for iPhone and iPad lets you easily take any web page and turn it into a well laid out PDF complete with clickable links. You can then print, email, or share the created PDF with one of the many supported third party apps including Evernote, Dropbox, Droplr, and more.

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PDF Expert updates with iCloud sync, PDF merging

PDF Expert for iPad has been updated to version 4.7, adding iCloud sync, PDF merging, and a host of fixes and improvements. People have previously been able to sync their documents using other methods, such as Dropbox, but iCloud sync is native to iOS and requires not extra accounts or setup. The other significant update to PDF Expert comes in the form of merged PDFs.

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PDFpen 6 for Mac Review

Smile Software has released a new version of PDFpen, a full-featured PDF editor. PDFpen 6 includes the ability to export in MS Word format, a new editing bar, and more.

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Fill out PDF forms and add annotations & signatures with Adobe Reader for iPad

Adobe Reader for iPad has recieved a great update and now allows users to fill out PDF forms, and mark them up with sticky notes, freehand annotating, highlighting, underline, and strikethroughs.

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Readdle Remarks brings note-taking and PDF annotating to iPad

Readdle has released their new note-taking and PDF annotating app, Remarks, for the iPad. Remarks is fully featured with the ability to take handwritten or text notes, add shapes, import photos, annotate PDFs.

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Sneak preview of Remarks note-taking and PDF annotating app for iPad

Remarks is a brand new handwriting note-taking, and PDF annotating app for iPad from Readdle. I'm convinced the team at Readdle never sleeps because they release new apps, and update their catalog of existing apps, at pretty fast pace. They've focused on PDF lately, seeing a need for good editing, form filling, and annotating on iPad, and Remarks extends that expertise in a really interesting way.

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Create PDFs with iPdfWriter for iPhone

iPdfWriter is a new iPhone app that lets you design and create PDFs. The documents can be multiple pages long, include many fonts, colors, shapes, tables, images, and barcodes.

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Adobe Reader now available for iPhone and iPad

Adobe has finally released an iOS version of Adobe Reader! With it, you can view PDFs, including encrypted files, and print and share files. What you can't do, is edit PDFs.

Even though Adobe is late to the game with this, I must say that I was rather surprised when I learned that Adobe has made this app available for free.

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