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Dragon Dictation iPad App

You can dictate directly to the iPad and that is how I wrote the first draft of this review.

GoodReader iPad App

With iPad you can have statutes, cases, and legal materials in thousands in your hand at once- here is one way to do it with DropBox and GoodReader

iPad AP Mobile

The App includes articles, photos, and video. The design and colors are soothing and the presentation drew me into the story. This App made reading the news a joy and has transformed the news into multimedia experience optimized in its own tightly controlled and well appointed environment.

iPad PDF Bookmarks

Acrobat allows lawyers to bookmark long PDF for easy access- and it works great with iPad. Blog, Video, and iPad screen shots.

iWork Pages iPad App

Apple has reworked their iWork suite of productivity programs for the iPad. Let's see what Pages for iPad can do.

JuryTracker iPad App

TrialPad iPad App

TrialPad for iPad is for preparing and presenting presentations for trial.

GoodReader App Review

Using iPad to Create an Ultra Portable Law Library

by seth

GoodReader adn DroxBox for iPad LawyersI am a collector of legal materials and love to have things close at hand. With the iPad, we can now have thousands of pages, not only close at hand, but actually in one hand. 

There are certainly a number of ways to get this done, here is one way I have tried and found it easy and convenient enough to share with you.

This plan involves two apps:

1. GoodReader

This app is a place to store and read files of all types, I use it for PDF, but it will take MS Office files, video and even audio.  You can transfer files to GoodReader using Wi-Fi, download them from the Internet, from email attachments or connect to a popular server. 

I chose the last option and used Dropbox to load up the iPad with cases and statutes.  As you can see from the screen shots, GoodReader also connects to Mobile Me and Google Docs.


2. Dropbox

After reading a post by Ben Stevens at the Mac Lawyer on Dropbox I wanted to check it out.  Dropbox is a way of sharing files across computers and devices and also makes them available online.  It's just like Mobile Me's iDisk but I think the sync is better...