Opens the settings menu.
Opened Documents Button:
Opens the last viewed document and also shows all currently opened documents in the tabbed bar.
Documents and folders will be displayed in a list. This also means that longer filenames can be displayed, but the document's thumbnail will be smaller.
Note: This button is only visible if you are currently in grid mode.
Documents and folders will be displayed in a grid. This also means that the document's thumbnail will be bigger, but long filenames will be cut off.
Note: This button is only visible if you are currently in list mode.
This will let you search for filenames and even words which are contained in the PDFs! After tapping you can also decide if you want to search in the current folder or in all folders.
Sort A-Z Button:
Sorts the folders and documents alphabetically.
Sort Newest First Button:
Sorts the folder and documents depending on the date/time they last got changed/created.
Bottom Bar (non-edit mode):
Opens a submenu where you can create new files, folder and import documents from iCloud Drive and other cloud providers.
Lets you enter the edit mode where you can delete, rename, copy, move, print, export, and share PDFs. Also lets you convert an image to a PDF.
Bottom Bar (edit mode):
Deletes the currently selected folder(s) and document(s).
Lets you rename a file.
Lets you move the selected file(s) to another Folder.
Lets you duplicate the selected file(s).
Opens a submenu where you can choose from several additional actions (Printing, Exporting, Sharing, Converting to PDF)
Exits the edit mode.
Tapping it will take you back to the folder from where you opened your last PDF.
Opens a submenu where you can change the document's Page Transition, Page Mode, Scroll Mode, Appearance, and Brightness.
Lets you export your document (or specific pages from your document) to iCloud Drive, Dropbox, etc.
Lets you share your document via AirDrop, Mail, or just import the opened document into another app. You also have to option to print the document, add a bookmark, or go the a specific page.
Tapping this button will show an annotation toolbar, where you can then annotate the document as you like.
Will let you search for specific words inside the opened PDF.
Tapping it adds a bookmark on the current page.
Opens a submenu where you can view and select the PDFs outline, bookmarks, and annotations.
Thumbnail Grid Button:
Opens the thumbnail view of the currently viewed document. You then can also select if you only want to see bookmarked or annotated pages.
Note: Tapping this button again when you are in the thumbnail view will take you back to the normal view mode.
Note: On smaller devices there is not enough space to fit all these buttons in, therefor we group buttons which are then expandable by long-pressing on the grouped button. Here's an example on how it could look like:
Highlight Annotation Button:
Enables the highlight tool, where you can then select text that will be highlighted.
Underline Annotation Button:
Enables the underline tool, where you can then select text that will be underlined.
Squiggle Annotation Button:
Enables the squiggle tool, where you can then select text that will be underlined with a squiggly line.
Strikeout Annotation Button:
Enables the strikeout tool, where you can then select text that will be striked out.
Freetext Annotation Button:
Lets you create a free-text annotation on your next finger-touch on the document.
Callout Annotation Button:
Lets you create a callout annotation on your next finger-touch on the document.
Signature Annotation Button:
Lets you create or add an ink-signature to the current page.
Note Annotation Button:
Lets you create a note annotation on your finger-touch on the document.
Ink Annotation Button:
Lets you draw a line annotation on the document.
Note: There a two ink annotation buttons, so you can set one for normal drawing and the other i.e. for highlighting.
Line-Arrow Annotation Button:
This lets you draw a line annotation with an arrow at the end.
Line Annotation Button:
Lets you draw a normal line annotation.
Square Annotation Button:
This lets you draw a square annotation.
Circle Annotation Button:
This lets you draw a circle or ellipse annotation on your document.
Polygon Annotation Button:
Lets you draw a polygon annotation on your document. Upon tapping the button again when finished drawing, the first and the last point drawn will connect automatically.
Polyline Annotation Button:
Lets you draw a polyline annotation on your document. The difference to the polygon annotation is that when finished drawing and tapping the button again, the first and last drawn points will not connect.
Image Annotation Button:
Lets you add an image to your document. This image can either be chosen from your photo library or you can just take a new photo with your smartphone camera and add that one.
Stamp Annotation Button:
Lets you add a stamp annotation either from our default stamps or from saved annotations.
Sound Annotation Button:
Lets you add a sound annotation on your next finger-touch, where you can record something with the built-in microphone and then add that to the document.
The eraser lets you erase parts of an ink annotation, for if you do make a mistake, you shouldn't have to draw it all again.
Selection Tool Button:
This cool feature lets you select multiple annotations at once, so you can move/delete/etc them all at once and don't have to waste time on each one of them.
Tapping on this will undo the last action that was taken on the PDF.
This button is only available if you undid something beforehand. Tapping this button will redo the last action that was undone. With the undo and redo buttons you can comfortable jump around between the different changes made to the document.
Tapping this button will close the annotation toolbar.