The popular iPad document reader LiquidText received its first major update on Monday. The app allows users to read and edit a variety of documents, such as PDFs or PowerPoint presentations. Users can also use the app to keep notes, pull out excerpts, export and share files and more.
Version 2.0 of LiquidText adds the ability to work with multiple documents at once. You can now easily drag and drop the documents you want to view into your workspace within the app and view them side-by-side. You can then annotate multiple documents at once, pull out and exchange excerpts between documents and search across all the documents. The update also allows you to write comments and notes for more than one document.
LiquidText is available for free on the Apple App Store, but the new multi-document feature is only available for $8.99.
The app features the ability to import documents from email, Dropbox, iCloud and other third-party services, and the ability import content from webpages. You can also highlight images and text, view comments and excerpts sources, collapse text to see annotated parts side-by-side and more.
LiquidText supports all iPad models running iOS 9.0 or later.