Free Video Tutorial: LiquidText for iPad - Apple Mac, iPad & iPhone Tutorials from ScreenCastsOnline

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LiquidText is a unique app for the iPad that allows you to read and annotate your documents in a completely new way.

No longer constrained by the inflexibility of scrolling through pages and pages of documents, with a few simple gestures you can annotate and 'scrunch' sections together. It's difficult to explain, but so simple when you see it in action!

Update - LiquidText v2 was released soon after this episode was published, with support for multiple documents. We'll cover the update in episode SCOM0564.

The full tutorial covers:

  • Introduction
  • Importing Documents
  • Comparing Sections
  • Annotations & Comments
  • Highlighting
  • Accessing Webpages & Exporting

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Aneesh Ghosh

Hi Don, I have come across another application called "Margin Note" which provides more superior features albeit available as a pro version as well. It has additional features like epub support, mind map etc. Well worth a check out should you get time.

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