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Startup Week: LiquidText most compatible iOS digital documentation app

Startup Week: LiquidText most compatible iOS digital documentation app

If you’ve ever worked with digital documentation, you know the struggles that arise with compatibility, commenting, and readability.

Startup Week is in full swing at The Sociable, and the number one iOS and iPad app for organizing and editing digital documentation is now equipped for multitasking several projects simultaneously.

Winner of the most innovative app of 2015LiquidText is a multi-touch system based on published research, testing, and user validation with the goal of supporting deep, critical reading.

If you’re like me and have ever had to convert a Word Doc into PDF, and then find out there was a mistake, but you already converted it, and now you have a PDF that is finalized but still has just that one typo and the software you have won’t allow you to change it, then LiquidText has got you covered.

Instead of having to pay for a service to be able to view or edit a simple document, the LiquidText app lets you do it all for free. That means no more having to go to various websites to convert your documents where they only allow you to do so a handful of times or less on credit, or installing a software that doesn’t allow for editing without a paid upgrade.

But that is just one of the many features that make this product so unique. Apart from compatibility, the digital documentation app allows for easy organization of notes, highlighting and annotation, connectivity, importing and integration, as well as sharing and exporting – all available on a single app.

What were once complex functions, such as comparing pages and organizing notes, are now natural and effortless.

Founded by Georgia Tech graduate, Craig Tashman, PhD in 2012, LiquidText allows you to “pull out sections of documents for reference and take notes on them, eliminating the need to print out your documents for editing and studying.”

Now based in New York, Dr. Tashman is “comfortable in the complete life cycle of interactive technology creation, from initial requirements gathering and design, to technology transfer, business model development, and customer development.”

Before founding LiquidText, the entrepreneur had interned both at IBM and Microsoft where he was able to polish his skills as a leader in technology and an efficient team builder – all while completing his doctorate degree.

With his startup, Tashman strives to enhance the way people comprehend and interact with information by utilizing today’s technology to its full potential.

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Tim Hinchliffe is a veteran journalist whose passions include writing about how technology impacts society and Artificial Intelligence. He prefers writing in-depth, interesting features that people actually want to read. Previously, he worked as a reporter for the Ghanaian Chronicle in West Africa, and Colombia Reports in South America. tim@sociable.co

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