Smile Software announced the immediate availability of PDFpen for the iPhone on Wednesday. The iPhone-specific version of the PDF editing app lets users modify, annotate and highlight PDFs, just like the Mac and iPad versions, and supports iCloud document syncing.
PDFpen comes to the small-ish screen
PDFpen for the iPhone supports the 4-inch iPhone 5 screen and Retina Display, moving and editing in-document text, image importing from the iPhone Photo Library, adding shapes and lines to pages, duplicating and rotating pages, combining multiple PDFs into a single document, filling out PDF forms, and saving commonly used images and signatures for quick access.
The app also supports Dropbox, Evernote and Google Docs along with iCloud, sharing documents over local Wi-Fi networks, WebDAV and FTP file sharing, transferring documents via iTunes, and Pogo Connect, JaJa and Jot Touch pressure sensitive styluses.
PDFpen for the iPhone requires iOS 5 or higher. It is priced at US$4.99 and is available at Apple's iTunes-based App Store.