Good.iWare has released an update to GoodReader for iPad adding support for AirPrint in iOS 4.2 higher quality image rendering and several other new features. GoodReader for iPad 3.2 also now allows users to choose between the new and old PDF rendering engines via an option in Settings and adds a “Higher quality images” switch to compensate for a new way of handling PDF images in iOS 4.2, trading off PDF rendering performance for image quality. Other improvements include direct access to actions while viewing a document, a PDF Night Mode brightness slider in viewer mode and several improvements for working with PDF Annotations. GoodReader for iPad is available from the App Store for $1.
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