When looking for a great productive application, one application company that many think about is Readdle. They make various applications, from Calendars to Printer Pro, and everything in between. Now, the application company has come up with a new application known as Remarks. The application allows you to make annotation additions to PDFs that you receive on your iPad. In addition to PDFs, you can also make marks on images and other files. Once done, just send the revisions on their way. Aside from annotations, you can also use the app as a note taking tool. Is it worth using? Let’s look closer to find out.
The main feature of Remarks is the ability to make additions to a PDF. You can add important notes, adjustments, and more. This is obviously without changing the original text, but instead adding “marker” adjustments. Other features included in the application are the ability to write notes on a blank canvas, draw pictures, graphs, or whatever else you can get on a sheet of paper. In addition, a great feature of Remarks is being able to collaborate on adjustments. You can make changes on your iPad, send it off to your colleague’s Mac and they can add or change more with Preview. The application even has Dropbox features.
More features included are the ability to add photos in photos. This is great for collages or adding watermarks for copyright. While a stylus will be great for intricate marks, you can make standard words and marks simply with your finger. We expect more updates from Readdle, but for now, Remarks seems to be a great notepad application for anyone from the professional signing legal documents to the child making their next Picasso-esque drawing.
Remarks is available for $4.99 from the App Store. You must have an iPad with iOS 4.2 however to use it.
Download Link: Remarks for iPad
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Annotate PDFs with Remarks for iPad is very much useful for writing and creating some PDF files
I don’t get any problem annotating PDF with my iPad, good thing I got Ghostwriter Notes app. such a great note-taking tool. My friend told me to visit majorspot and notice their iPen feature. And it was great!