Version 3.1.1 is now available.
The best part? iAnnotate users no longer need to supply an email and password in order to work with Word, PowerPoint, and image files!
More details here.
The short version:
We’re gearing up to release a next-generation authoring tool. It blows the socks off of the linear word processors we’ve all been stuck using. It’s inspired by years of work observing how we communicate, learn, and record ideas (and of course our experience with iAnnotate). We’ll be launching the first version this summer.
Want to know more? Read on.
When we set out to make the first PDF annotation app for iPad, we knew it would be useful for students, teachers, lawyers, and other professionals needing to read and highlight a lot of paperwork. What we didn’t expect is all the truly unique use cases that followed. From stage managers to dungeon masters, there are people using iAnnotate in ways we never anticipated.
Here are some of our favorite examples: