Claro Software has updated the ClaroPDF iOS App to v1.3 – available on the iOS App Store since the end of May. Below is the list of additions to ClaroPDF.
+ Google Drive integration. You can now store and open your files from your Google Drive account. You can also open compatible Google Docs in ClaroPDF.
+ Folder customisation. Organise your PDF files in the ClaroPDF Gallery, create new folders and move files around.
+ Fullscreen mode. Allows the full document to be seen, removing the controls.
+ Wide iOS voice range. Choose from a wide range of voices, to speak PDFs in many languages. No download required.
+ More switch accessibility. Responds to switch commands:
1 (~1) does play;
2 (~2) does stop;
3 (~3) does previous page;
4 (~4) does next page.
+ Two new speech settings giving more flexibility for different situations. These are “Stop speaking on tap” and “Speak from: tapped sentence OR first sentence”. Allows for better speech control when ClaroPDF is being operated by external switches or for text to speech reading from the top of the page if required.
+ Auto detection of uppercase reading. Better handling of text to speech for PDF documents that are fully capitalised, such as comics.
+ Annotation toolbar now hovers over main toolbar. This saves room on iPhone.
ClaroPDF is an accessible, professional and user-friendly PDF Viewer, Reader and Annotator for iPad and iPhone. Annotate and mark up text or image PDF files. View text PDF files and listen to them with a human-quality voice and synchronised highlighting.
ClaroRead Pro and Plus for Windows can scan paper or convert images of documents into accessible ClaroPDF files, retaining the original page image. These PDF files can be opened and spoken in the ClaroPDF iOS app.
To find out more about our apps and view videos go to the Claro-Apps Web Page
For more information about the rest of Claro Software’s range of apps, go to www.claro-apps.com, email email@example.com.