A new app has made its debut in the Windows Store and it helps you view, organize, annotate, and share your digital documents with ease. The app is free and is a perfect companion for a student who owns a Windows 8.1 device.
“Take charge of your learning experience! Binder is your personalized and interactive document reader that lets you view, organize, annotate and share your digital documents from virtually anywhere – it even works offline. Always with you and working for you, Binder’s utility spans all Microsoft Windows 8.1 devices – tablets, laptops, desktops and more! All while giving you peace of mind knowing that these documents are safely stored in both app and Binder Cloud. Binder is ready when you are,” the app description reads.
With Binder, you can import virtually any document including Office docs, PDF, and HTML. You can even import documents from OneDrive, your local hard drive, and more. The app lets you create essential annotations like highlights, underlines, and pin notes. Binder features a beautiful interface and you can even sort out different collections for different subjects (for those of you in school).
You can also organize related documents in the collections category and prioritize them with tags. Documents can be exported to email, OneDrive, and more. Best of all, you can have offline access to your documents and even access your documents across multiple devices.
The first version of the app was just released to the Windows Store. Hit the download link to snag the free app. Let us know if you like it!
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