Here Is A Great Reading App for Research Students

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LiquidText is a good app to help you enhance your reading. It provides you with a virtual workspace where you can manage, organize and work on your documents. More specifically, it lets you  import documents (compatible with Word, PDF, and PowerPoint) and web pages right into your workspace, you can exact excerpts and key facts  from your documents and draw or add your own notes. You can also create mind maps, connect different documents and jot down comments on multiple pages at once. LiquidText is especially helpful for research students. It’s definitely a time save.

LiquidText is free but a single in-app purchase is required if you want to put several documents in one project, use inkling, and search across documents. Other features provided by this app include:

  • ‘Pinch a document to compare different distant pages side by side
  • Collapse text to see annotated parts side-by-side
  • Collapse text to view search results(s) side-by-side
  • Import unlimited number of documents into a project, view up to 3 at once.
  •  Freely draw or highlight on your document, notes, or the workspace itself
  • Add margin notes/comments to text, images, notes, and excerpts
  • Comment on two or more selections simultaneously
  • Make comments that link to multiple documents at once.
  • Search for keywords across all your LiquidText documents
  • Search from LiquidText home screen, or from Spotlight
  • Export your project as a PDF (includes your Workspace and documents)
  • Export your project as a Word file (converts your notes/excerpts into a linear document) 
  • Send a full LiquidText file for those with the app.
  • Send files by email or to Dropbox, iCloud Drive, Box, and more.’