It's my pleasure to welcome back Smile as this week's sponsor here at TMO. As those astute readers have already seen in the sidebar, the focus this week is on PDFpen for iPad.
As a long time user of PDFpen for Mac, PDFpen for iPad is one of those utilities that I always wished for but, for whatever reason, never quite believed would be possible on a tablet. I was wrong in the best way.
PDFpen for iPad delivers and then some. Ever get a contract emailed to you that you need to sign while you're out of the office? Send the PDF to PDFpen on your iPad, add your signature (use your finger or paste in a pre-scanned signature) and off you go. Never once did your fingers leave your hands and you've got a perfectly-signed contract, ready to go.
Reviewing a PDF on-the-go and realize you made a typo before you created it? No worries, PDFpen for iPad lets you fix typos and correct/update pricing lists wherever you and your iPad happen to be, even on the train or the plane! Speaking of traveling, one of my favorite uses for PDFpen is to review documents and mark them up. The iPad is great for reading, and it makes a perfect platform to review files, make notes, and then send along your thoughts to your teammates and coworkers.
And while we're on the topic of sending along PDFs, PDFpen for iPad not only syncs with iCloud and Dropbox, it also lets you use Box, Evernote and Google (and more) to exchange documents with others.
If you haven't had a chance to check out PDFpen for iPad, do it. You'll be thankful you did, just like me.