I’m a big fan of iAnnotate – it’s an app that I use personally and professionally and if you work with PDFs you’ll definitely want to check it out! Teachers and students are seeing the benefit of going paperless, especially when deciding whether or not to print huge PDF documents just so they can highlight and add notes. With this app you can annotate PDFs on iPad.
Annotate PDFs on iPad
iAnnotate is fantastic PDF viewer that gives users the power to write all over the page, adding notes, highlighting and marking up text as they see fit. Teachers can use iAnnotate for digital grading, including leaving audio feedback. Students can use it to highlight and search long course readings without having to waste paper.
Branchfire is giving away 2,000 free copies of iAnnotate (usually $9.99) during the back to school season. If you’d like to win a free copy send out the following tweet:
Hey @ClassTechTips I want to #makepaperjealous with iAnnotate!
Just make sure you’re one of my Twitter followers so I can direct message you the promo code! You must also have an Apple ID for the US App Store. Offer good until codes run out!
Learn more about iAnnotate at makepaperjealous.com
Update: All of the codes have been given out but you’ll definitely want to check out iAnnotate!
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