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Tim Klein posted a solution on the Apple Support Community that did the trick: Sign out of the iCloud account on both devices. (I let iCloud delete everything when asked. It all comes back when sign back in later) Reset Network Settings on the iPhone (General -> Reset -> Reset Network Settings) If necessary, Rename the phone to what you want it ...
iAnnotate is an application I use on my ipad for work. You can make annotations, bookmarks, highlight, search for keywords in the document etc... The app can be linked to Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft SkyDrive or WebDAV, iTunes file sharing, or you can open PDFs directly from email or the Web. You can create your own folders and sub-folders in app to ...
You can use iTunes to transfer pdf to iPad: Firstly, make sure you have installed iBooks on your iPad. Run iTunes on your computer. In the iTunes library, click on Books. Plug your iPad into your computer and then select it in the Devices menu on iTunes. Click on the Books tab within iTunes (in the bar across the top of the main frame). Check the Sync ...
Pivotal's app bazaar lists Booster (OSX). I don't love its lack of customizability, but it might work for you. Seems best suited to tracking your own work rather than other folks.
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