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Old 08-15-2010, 10:30 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by TimMason View Post
A big drawback for the moment is the lack of annotation. They say they are working on this. For the moment, when I have a pdf that I wish to scribble on, I send it from GoodReader to iAnnotate and mark up there.

There's an app called Aji Annotate that supposedly allows you to annotate PDF books. I've never tried it though. I did download the Aji Reader PDF (it was free), but I couldn't get the wireless sync to work to add books, so I can't tell if Aji is a good PDF reader.

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Originally Posted by mjhudston View Post
iBooks can be slow on an iphone3g running ios4, but is ok on the iphone4 and iPad, well it is for me.
I have a 3rd Gen iTouch and the iBooks app is very very sluggish. What takes a split second for Kindle/Stanza/Goodreader takes several seconds for iBooks. And the lag is worse if the book is bought from the iBookstore. The app works noticeably faster for ePubs that I sideloaded.

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