||Need to quickly and easily make changes to PDFs? Skylight is your iPad native solution. Add text, images, shapes, pen annotations, notes, and much more to pdf documents. You can also delete text from the actual PDF!
★ Power at the Core
Skylight is built from the ground up for the iPad and iPad 2, taking advantage of the powerful graphics available. Skylight uses minimum RAM, easily handling documents over 800 pages in just fractions of a second.
★ Mark up and make changes to PDFs
With Skylight, you can add many different types of annotations into your PDF document. Annotations such as text, squares, circles, lines, pen, images and much more can be easily added with a few taps. You can even delete text from within the PDF Document. You can also highlight, underline and strikethrough text on any sized document.
★ Easy to Use
Skylight is intuitive and simple to learn. It is based on Pages for iPad to ensure that you don't need to learn another interface design. Skylight works exactly how you would expect it to.
Notice: If you have a problem, please do not hesitate to send us a support request. We cannot reply to reviews. Please be aware that this is the first released version of Skylight. We have done very thorough testing, but bugs may occur with differing types of PDF document. If you find a bug, please contact us immediately so it can be resolved.
We will be adding more features in future versions. Below are some planned features which are currently in development. If you want to add to this list, send us a support request:
˚ Browser support
˚ Deletion of pages
˚ Re-ordering of pages
˚ PDF Forms
˚ Edit PDF text
˚ Better text deletion in pdf files.
We take reviews on the App Store very seriously, but are unable to reply to them. In an attempt to reply, some responses have been added below:
In response to SGA Jr:
The software has been tested on a large number of devices using a variety of PDF documents. It works. Please elaborate and send us a support request on which part of the software is not working for you.
In response to Richie B73:
Similar to SGA, please elaborate and send us a support request. The only reason an app would crash your iPad is by using too much RAM. Skylight has been tested using both iPad 1 and iPad 2, without crashing. Recently we tested it on a iPod Touch (Gen 2), which it loaded and displayed a 750 document without hassle.