PDF Expert is one of those products that never seems to stand still.

Just when you think they’ve done everything possible to improve the award-winning app, they give a little more. Those developers are probably ready for a well-deserved vacation because they’re seemingly on the job 24/7, 365 days a year.

I’ll make this brief. New in version 4.1…

  1. Microsoft SkyDrive and Office 365 SharePoint support
  2. Auto sync with Dropbox, SkyDrive or any other WebDav storage
  3. Ability to record audio notes and attache them to PDFs
  4. New blazingly fast rendering engine much more improvements

With upcoming Windows 8 release this fall, more than 10 million people will rely on Microsoft SkyDrive to access their files across PCs, Macs and mobile devices. And to embrace this reliance, PDF Expert 4.1 introduces SkyDrive connectivity with automatic sync. All edits and annotations done on the iPad will be uploaded back to SkyDrive account immediately. It’s not clear how well iPad features will be supported for SkyDrive users who are likely to have the new Surface tablet.

The new version of PDF Expert also integrates Microsoft Office 365 SharePoint allowing business professionals to efficiently collaborate and share information with their colleagues and access corporate resources with iPad. PDF Expert 4.1 makes the iPad more useful as a corporate device by enabling enterprise workers to stay connected with collaborative tools involving PDF documents.

While there are few iOS apps that are starting to embrace more agnostic perspectives when it comes to emerging tablets that enterprises are likely to adopt, PDF Expert is in a class of its own. It can benefit greatly by forging customer dependencies that are not just for iOS devices. Indeed, iOS may be the top performer in business today, but that doesn’t rule out the probability that some organizations will find the need to mix and blend diverse mobile device platforms to achieve specific business objectives.

Readdle. Smart company. Smart moves. Smart products.