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Old 05-09-2012, 04:26 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by Teddman View Post
I have to say, iAnnotate edges out Goodreader as my favorite.

It loads PDF's faster, offers smooth vertical scrolling, and has more intuitive, expansive annotation tools. It also syncs with Dropbox and other cloud services in an easy fashion.

Goodreader can't even display continuous flow across pages when vertical scrolling! And iAnnotate is "best in class" in terms of loading PDF's FAST.
Yes, that's the only thing in iAnnotate wins GoodReader, vertical scrolling.

GoodReade wins in all other, including open ANY PDF does not matter its size (iA crashes on some big ones), and does not crashes when downloading files, and does not crashes when reading files, does not block...
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