Markup is a fantastic feature built in to iOS for editing and signing documents with a couple of taps. Here is how you can get the absolute most out of it.
One of the new features in OS X Yosemite is the Markup feature in Mail, which allows you to perform edits and annotations to a PDF or image file. Here’s how it works.
If you work with Windows users, or with Windows based systems at your job, you know that one of the most annoying things to deal with is the sharing of your incompatible files. Sure, the majority of your files will work well enough, if you deal primarily in jpegs and text documents. What about .Pub […]
For a screen capture program, Screenpresso offers more than most. When I first took a look at the feature page, I was astonished at everything it can do. This desktop program (which can also be ran from a USB stick), offers editing features you would normally need another program for. Annotations, auto resizing and a […]