Hancom Flexcil has introduced a PDF annotating and modifying app for iPad that utilizes Apple pencil or a touch pen of the users’ selection.
Named Flexcil, customers can load up their PDF file on the app for notating anything, and emphasize or circle valuable message with the help of their touch pen.
They can “drag & drop” message on the PDF by rotating and pulling them to a individual notepad that can be loaded after it.
A pencil cover UI that can be located everywhere on display will admit customers to select the color and denseness.
The app has a “palm rejection” feature as well which avoids studying of palms or fingers apart from while writing.
The PDF annotation and research tool is planned for use by students, writers, and teachers, the company stated. It supports iCloud and Google Drive.
Flexcil can be downloaded without any cost from the App Store and supports almost 10 languages containing Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese, and French. The complain up paid version, Flexcil Standard Mode, costs $9.89.
The paid-for version permits customers to modify their current notes into PDFs using the app. They can also find their group of modifications, and find real PDF files that they pulled and dropped message and pictures from.
Hancom Flexcil is a subsidiary of Hancom, the South Korean word processor developer. It began as an in-house startup and has been priced at 9.3 billion won ($8.1 million) by the Korea Invention Promotion Association.
The beta version that was introduced earlier in South Korea, was marked second on the free app lists for iPad.
“Globally, the distribution of electronic documents and digital textbooks is actively rising and we believe that Flexcil’s usability will expand going forward,” stated a Hancom spokesman. “We plan to add mobile view and an Android version at a later date.”