If you’re use PDFs on the go then it may be of interest to you to have a tool that can manage, annotate, store and transfer your PDFs with easy. Luckily for you, an app that will help you do all those things is called PDF Connect and its available as a universal app for iOS.
PDF Connect helps connect you to your PDFs. File management on the iPhone can be somewhat difficult. The screen real estate is limited and its often hard to keep files organized. PDF Connect features an easy-to-use interface that allows you manage a folder hierarchy where you can move, rename and modify files, as well create ZIP archives, transfer to and from your device via WebDAV and FTP and multiple cloud services like Dropbox, Google Docs, MyDisk and SugarSync. Needs to quickly jot down a note on top of PDF? Perhaps even draw some lines. PDF Connect has you covered in the annotation department as well. With extensive tools you’ll be able to alter your PDFs as you wish. PDF Connect also features the ability to create PDFs too. As an example you can take a photo with your camera and create a standalone, cropped and aspect-adjusted PDF that you can either print directly or share via Email or an “open in…” menu to other applications. With PDF Connect you also don’t have to worry about large files, as the PDF rendering engine is capable of handling large documents.
Overall, I thought PDF Connect was a great little app for general PDF management. Although the interface doesn’t seem as well polished as I’d like, the app performs well without any issues and does the things it was designed to do. With time, I hope to a more fluid, animation filled interface and a more intuitive file system management operation. PDF Connect is, however, a great tool and I would highly recommend you explore it if deal with PDFs. You can also check out the free version before buying the complete app.