Goodreader, should be called Greatreader
Useful for storing: Notes, Manuals, and clippings from Internet articles.
years I kept paper notes, which were difficult to file and find, took up a lot of space, and were always a mess. I started entering my notes on the computer, converting to PDF, air dropping them to my IPAD and loading into
Goodreader. Now I can easily find my notes quickly, are very portable, take up no space and never create a mess. I can highlife, annotate, and bookmark important topics making my note taking process much more useful!
I store all of my manuals as PDF's in good reader, allowing me to read any Manual, anywhere, especially while working on a project where simultaneously doing something and referencing the Manual is necessary.
While researching topics on the Internet, I can collect bits and pieces or the whole article and save them into Good reader for annotating or future referencing.
I've been using Goodreader for
years and I highly recommend it, a great tool to add to your arsenal.