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Ultimate Geek


Topic # 31870 2-Apr-2009 13:31
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Hey guys,

I just started to look around again and there are rather a few so I thought I would see what everyone is using and or doing to read pdf documents on there iphones...

Landscape would be desirable and storing the documents on the phone also helps.

Cheers,




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  Reply # 204896 2-Apr-2009 13:37
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The Air Sharing app, works great.
Lets you transfer documents doc/xls/pdf etc to your iphone/touch over wireless, then read them.

Awesome app

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  Reply # 204897 2-Apr-2009 13:38
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Link to get more info:
http://www.avatron.com/products/

App available for free from the Apple apps store.



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  Reply # 204906 2-Apr-2009 14:56
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its $6.50 but might be worth it?




Toys:  iphone 4s; PS3 good times.  13inch macbook pro.   ipad 3. ï£¿ 27inch imac.   airport express & time machine. raspberry-pi running xbmc and a gopro try hard.

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  Reply # 205402 5-Apr-2009 13:44
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+1 for the AirSharing recommendation.

You can also email PDFs to yourself as attachments and then open and read the PDF in the built-in mail reader. A bit tedious though, but it works - and is free!

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