Smile Software released PDFpen for iPad 1.3 on Tuesday, adding support for the Jot Touch pressure sensitive stylus from Adonit. PDFpen for iPad lets users view, edit and annotate PDF documents, much like the Mac version of the app.
PDFpen for iPad adds support for Adonit’s pressure sensitive stylus
PDFpen for iPad supports adding text, images, and signatures to PDFs, lets users make corrections, resize and delete images, as well as fill out forms. PDFs can be annotated with comments, highlighting and drawing tools, and the app also supports copying, combining, and renaming documents.
The Jot Touch from Adonit is a pressure sensitive stylus that connects to your iPad via Bluetooth. It requires an iPad 2 or iPad with Retina Display and pressure sensitivity requires apps that have been updated to include Jot Touch support. It is priced at US$99.99.
PDFpen for iPad costs #14.99 and is available at Apple’s iTunes-based App Store.