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PDF Expert for iPad fills forms, syncs with Dropbox

December 22, 2010

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Readdle has released PDF Expert for iPad 2.0, a major update to its PDF editing product for iPads. The new version allows users such as sales staff to fill out and sign PDF forms on their iPads. Various interactive elements of the forms can be manipulated in this way, including text fields, check boxes, radio buttons and list boxes.

"Wide adoption of the PDF forms in business, government and education results in high demand for portable PDF form filling solution. PDF Expert 2.0 brings exactly what they are looking for -- [an] iPad application that allows [users] to fill out [a] form with information, sign if necessary and email or upload [the filled form] to [a] corporate Dropbox account," says Igor Zhadanov, Readdle CEO.

In addition to its new form-filling functionality, the new version allows users to synchronize a folder on Dropbox, iDisk, Readdle Storage or WebDAV storage with a local folder on the iPad. Once configured, PDF documents and forms can be updated in the cloud with a single tap. PDF Expert 2.0 can also be used to print directly to AirPrint enabled printers.

For more information about the software, check out the official product page.

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