Aji, LLC has just announced that their popular iPad app iAnnotate PDF will be part of the required course materials for first-year medical school students at Stanford. Apple recently announced that educational institutions will be able to buy apps in bulk through iTunes, and as part of a trial program to integrate the iPad into academics, Stanford School of Medicine will now be providing all of their first-year students with iPads.Recent update includes several new features.
Aji, LLC has just released iRead PDF, an elegant PDF reader that offers annotation viewing on the iPad, entirely free. Based on iAnnotate, the developer’s powerful PDF annotation tool, iRead is a full-featured PDF reader that supports tabbed reading, bookmarking, comprehensive library search for PDF’s. In addition, iRead provides support for viewing notes, highlights, underlines, or drawings added to documents using iAnnotate or other standard annotation tools like Adobe Reader or Preview.
Chicago based Aji, LLC today announces iAnnotate PDF 1.1, an update to their powerful PDF annotation tool for iPad. iAnnotate not only as an elegant PDF reader, but also as a powerful tool. Its complete annotation solution gives users the ability to sign documents, enter text notes, highlight, and underline with the drag of a finger. Version 1.1 features a more streamlined user interface and a multitude of additional features and expanded file transfer options.