Depending on what you read and how you read, and how you are going to get PDFs in the app, there is a great deal of choice. First hit on iOS is alway native solution, iBooks. Itâs pre-installed on all iOS devices, supports Table of Contents Display, can add Bookmarks & Notes. Supports continuous scrolling, variety of fonts and Night theme for books from iTunes Store, not for the ones youâve imported. My second choice would be mobile Watermark On Pdf Reader, as creators of the format, t do know how to handle pdfs. In free version t have several reading modes & Night mode. Annotation options are great, Bookmarks and Search are also there. You can connect some cloud services and iCloud Drive there. PlayBooks from Google is nice, t have a nice store for ebooks and audio books. Design is fresh and pleasant. The PDF viewer is comparatively weak, support for Google Drive (of course), Bookmarks, Night&Sepia modes and Text display tuner. GoodReader 4.99 and Watermark On Pdf 9.99 have all options mentioned above, except for ebook stores. The variety of cloud servers that can be connected is vast, including all big ones starting from Dropbox, OneDrive, GoogleDrive etc, t also support webDAV, FTP, SFTP and AFP&SMB servers. Annotation options are great, Reader modes are tuneable. I know iAnnotate and Foxit PDF Reader used to be good, but itâs been a long time since I read anything in those, so I guess itâs worth checking, if youâve looked though the ones I mentioned above and didnât find anything that suffice your needs.
What is not, so great is that most 3rd party apps rely on browser plugins that you will have to download each time. I love my new iPad! There are a number of excellent 3rd party apps in the App Store for viewing and editing PDFs. There are no apps that are as excellent on my iPad as Newsreader (and even I still struggle with it sometimes). That said, it is not just News that I get all this information from. When I was at a wedding I found myself wondering and even a little irritated about how to find photos of the ceremony. After some research on the App Store I found a nice Android App that could help! After testing it out on my iPad, I decided to purchase the Android app and after downloading it I was instantly struck by its simplicity. The images of the bride and groom, photos.