I'll get back to reviewing more of the VTT market shortly. At the moment the damn iPad is occupying way to much of my time. The main use it is seeing, besides surfing the web and emails, is reading my gaming material. There are different apps that allow it, each has its own quirks.
In brief, we have the following (that i have used so far):
GoodReader - probably the best all around choice based on price, features, and convenience of importing PDFs. It works nicely will most of the popular Cloud Computing services out there. I've been using DropBox and Me. It handles every PDF I've sent its way, even the over 100 MB ones. Can do bookmarks and search your document. $0.99
DropBox - my first choice for Cloud Computing. It also serves as a bells and whistles free PDF reader. Free
FastPDF - it has a pretty looking bookshelf like Apple uses for their iBooks app. Damn pretty. Getting your PDFs there is a damn PITA. The bookshelf does look very nice with all those striking Old School Covers. $0.99
Downloader - this app lets you got to websites and download whatever... music, videos, PDFs, etc and let you open them with another app. So, using this app, I log into my DropBox via the web, download some PDFs, open them, then click to open with FastPDF, and they land on my pretty bookshelf. Seems to choke on PDFs larger then about 50 MBs or so. $2.99
iAnnotate PDF - let me start by saying it is a bit buggy right now, as importing PDFs is more then a PITA. However, for those that you do import, you can highlight, underline, mark up, pin notes, bookmark - it is simply an amazing tool to use when you are going thru a PDF and want to make it yours. Needs the ability to erase your changes, which I haven't found yet. Pricey at $6.99, but will be priceless when they work the bugs out and refine it. Amazing what it can do right now.
Alright, stepping away from the iPad...
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