Friday, July 20, 2012

How to Edit pdf files (highlights) on Nexus 7


I am looking for Android apps that allows you to edit a pdf file, not just read or view it. It's similar to iannotate for iPad, coming with highlights and insert comments into PDFs and  change the content.

Finally there is a awesome PDF annotator called RepliGo PDF Reader on the Google Play store. The app gives you the best way to view, annotate and fill out PDF forms on your Nexus 7. It include many useful features, such as add highlights, adjust colors, cross outs, underlines, sticky notes, arrows, lines, ovals and rectangles. Better than Adobe's. Only issue is no a auto-save function.

4 comments:

  1. I transfered some PDFs from laptop to Nexus 7 by opening Nexus 7's Internal Storage on the laptop, creating a folder there for the PDFs, dragging and dropping PDFs in the folder, finally closing Internal Storage. Now I cannot find those PDFs on Nexus 7. I have Adobe Reader installed on Nexus 7. Where are the PDFs? Thanks! Bret

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  2. How can I move PDFs from laptop to Nexus 7? Where can I find those PDFs once I have moved them to Nexus 7. I have Adobe Reader on Nexus 7. Thanks. Bret

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  3. Can repligo edit/markup a pdf from google drive without a lot of manual upload/dl BS? I just got my Nexus, love it, and have high hopes it will allow seamless editing of my pdf library on g-drive. Any input?

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  4. can repligo markup pdf's in google drive without upload/dl etc? I'm looking for a cloud/pdf combo that will allow for seamless management of my pdf library from my tablet. Any suggestions?

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