A lot of people have always said iPads and other tablets are primarily geared towards entertainment – the consumption of media, no creation. I, on the other hand, have always had a different stance. I’ve always tried do more with mobile devices, to get more out of them, to create content and get actual work done from mobile. It hasn’t always worked out so well for me, particularly when I tried to go tablet-only for a day.

However, getting more done with your tablet is entirely possible. One company, Branchfire, is dead set on making that possible with its PDF annotation app iAnnotate.

In the below video, you will find three ways iAnnotate can help you be more productive with your tablet while also going paperless – or, as the company likes to say, making paper jealous.

Has iAnnotate helped you go paperless? If so, feel free to share how in the comments below!

Finally, Branchfire is giving away promo codes (US-only, sorry!) for iAnnotate, normally a $9.99 iPad app. There are 50 up for grabs and to get one, all you need to do is tweet “Hey @pocketnow! I want to #MakePaperJealous with iAnnotate!” Happy tweeting!

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