A Good PDF Annotating App for Teachers and Students

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LiquidText is a great iPad app you can use to annotate your PDFs, gather and organize your information across all your documents and webpages. You can create your own workspace in LiquidText and start importing your documents from popular cloud storage platforms such as Dropbox, iCloud Drive, Box, or email. And if you use Safari, you can send web content directly to workspace.

Using LiquidText will enable you to ‘Pull out key facts and connect them together, squeeze a document to compare sections, draw a line to connect ideas in different documents, comment on multiple pages at once, build upon your thoughts, and much more.’ Other important features of liquidText include:
  • ‘Pull excerpts from all the documents in your project into the Workspace area
  • Add your own notes (typed or written) to the Workspace area
  • Freely draw on your notes, or on the workspace itself
  • Organize excerpts and notes into groups
  • Connect anything - draw live “ink links” that span pages, documents, notes, and more
  • Create mind-maps by drawing “ink links” connecting your excerpts/notes to one another
  • 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
  • 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) ’
LiquidText is free to download but it does offer in-app purchases.
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