The Drawboard PDF app, which we introduced to you back in October, has received an update adding a few new improvements. The Drawboard PDF app is like a hybrid between a PDF reader and the OneNote app, and is full of editing and PDF creation features. Of course, this quality app is free and also worth checking out if you haven’t already.
“View, annotate and manage your PDF documents the easy way! Ideal for replacing the pen and paper, avoid printing documents again by using our features that make annotating a PDF a breeze. Either upload or create a new PDF, annotate using our extensive
array of tools, then save it back as a compatible PDF. Drawboard distinguishes itself by its intuitive user interface and experience, stylus and touch input separation, smooth and natural pen, and array of tools,” the app description reads.
In this new update, Drawboard PDF now has improved rendering speed and performance, along with improved compatibility with other PDF readers. There are also enhancements to the select arrow and various bug fixes which were affecting the ability to save the document.
Hit the download link below to snag the updated app. Do you prefer this app over Microsoft’s own OneNote app?Drawboard PDF, Windows 8.1