Mobile PDF Manipulation

Zosh IconAnother tip for the mobile warriors – pull PDF’s into an iPhone application that allows you to annotate the document with text and to even sign it. Handy stuff for PDF forms. The app is called Zosh and requires that you sign up with a free account. The account permits you to email the PDF to Zosh’s servers so that it can be sent back to you in an editable form. You have control over colors, fonts and text treatments, like bold and italic. When done, either request that the finished form be sent back to you or forwarded to someone else. Sign on the iPhone screen itself to create an electronic signature via the app’s ingenious scrolling function.

I can’t count how many times I have been sent a PDF that I first opened on my iPhone, which I then tabled for later attention because I could not deal with the PDF at that time. For $2.99, Zosh seems a pretty bargain and a decent add to your business tool kit.

Hat tip to iPhone J.D., and hit the link here for a comprehensive review, screenshots and demo video.

Zosh Screen Shot

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Get Your Credits On The Run

CLE Mobile IconNot to be outdone by the relatively recent Lexis app, Thompson West has announced the release of a new mobile app, CLE Mobile, promising to provide a more “mobile-friendly” means for lawyers to secure CLE credits. More than 2,000 CLE courses are available through the app, audio book-style. While the app itself is free, as is the West LegalEdCenter account and one ethics course, the space between the lines in the West release infers cost for the courses themselves (of course). West assures that the app complies with all requisite regulatory safeguards. Read more about the app here and visit the iTunes app link here to download it yourself.

CLE Mobile Screen shot

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