Posts Tagged ‘PDFs’
Blog Article: www.sleeplessninja.com I am not sure how I missed this application. This is absolutely the PDF application that has almost everything I could want and more. With the tools to annotate, highlight, and draw I finally have the means to read my PDFs and really utilize the Reader as I would on my Mac but in a more natural hands on way. It doesn’t end here though. With the full screen PDF viewer I can deliver Presentations in PDF format and even draw on my presentations. This is not perfect, however its a very welcome addition and something I will be taking advantage of. For only .99 cents this applications is really a dream come true. Please check this app out, please comment on it and let the devs know Sleepless sent you.
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As far as scanners go, Doxie makes some of the more interesting products on the market. There’s one problem though… the bright trail of hot pint hearts splashed across the front. Thankfully, the upcoming Doxie Go dons a more conservative shell that will look just as at home in a CEO’s office as it would in a 16-year-old girl’s bedroom. The Go is a portable scanner with built-in memory for up to 6,000 pages, and you can even add on more storage through the USB port or SD slot. All scans are automatically fed through OCR software and turned into searchable PDFs. To get the scans on your PC you actually sync the Doxie Go to your Mac or Windows machine. You can also sync with your iPhone, iPad or send your documents straight to Dropbox, Evernote or Google Docs from the Doxie 2.0 desktop app. You can pre-order the Go now for $ 199 and it’ll start shipping in late November. Check out the gallery below and PR after the break.
Gallery: Doxie Go
I have a PC and download PDF files. I want to easily transfer them to my IPad. How can I do this without using an application?
I’ve got a lot of ebooks in PDF and other formats, but some e-readers—like, oh, this iPad I just bought—only support specific formats with their default reader apps. What’s the best way to convert those PDFs to ePub? More »
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