Smile Software, the developer behind TextExpander and PDFpen Scan has released PDFpen 2 for iPhone and iPad, a new app, separate from the original PDFpen. It lets you mark up, edit, sign, and fill out PDF documents. PDFpen 2 requires iOS 8 or later.
Smile Software has updated their popular Mac utility TextExpander to version 4.2. The new version is a free update for TextExpander 4 users and is available for immediate download from the Smile web site.
Textexpander for iOS is something many of us use and rely upon on a daily basis, but while it runs perfectly easily on the Mac, due to the app sandboxing on iOS things are a little trickier to work out. Apple is now putting its foot down, and stopping Textexpander's use of Reminders to share snippets.
PDFpen by Smile Software lets you easily fill in, annotate, and otherwise work wonders with PDF files, and what's even better - there are versions for both the iPad and the Mac. I've used them for everything from marking up ebooks for editing on my iPad, to filling out government forms on my Mac, and they've worked terrifically well each and every time.