GoodReader for iPhone Updated, Feature AirPrint Support

By on Dec 21, 2010 at 6:10 am

The iPhone version of GoodReader has just been updated to include the newest features added to the iPad version earlier this month. The newest version includes a new PDF displaying engine, offering a much smoother experience when zooming/panning a file, plus AirPrint support for wireless printing. GoodReader now also offers more features for annotating files, including:

  • Adjustable line thickness and opacity for drawings
  • Redo button in freehand drawing mode
  • Freehand drawing tool now allows users to zoom and pan a page with two fingers, useful for long handwritten notes that do not fit on one screen
  • Freehand drawing tool now works much faster on pages containing a large number of annotations

GoodReader, developed by Good.iWare, has become such a huge success because of how it handles very large PDF and TXT files, navigating manuals, large books, magazines, and renderings of 100 mb and more with great speed compared to other document viewers. The recently added ability to mark-up PDFs opens up new doors to GoodReader users who can now use sticky notes, lines, arrows, and freehand drawings on top of a PDF file.

For more information, visit GoodReader for iPhone is available in the App Store for US$2.99.


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