Earlier this summer, you might remember that the Texthelp PDF Reader was updated and became OrbitDoc. This update included a new look, easier onboarding and a simplified Google Classroom integration.
We’re always working on ways to further improve our tools, and since then we’ve been gathering lots of feedback from our users, which we’ve used to make a few changes.
Today we’re announcing one of the biggest changes. based on that feedback:
OrbitDoc has officially been reborn as OrbitNote.
If you’re not familiar with it yet, OrbitNote allows you to transform and interact with PDFs and digital documents in a completely different way. It helps to create an accessible, dynamic and collaborative space that works for everyone.
You can use OrbitNote to:
- Collaborate in real-time within digital documents
- Read text, including math & science equations, aloud with easy-to-follow dual color highlighting
- Type text on top of your PDFs with the Text feature
- Highlight and extract information with colored highlighters
- Add text and voice comments or use pushpins for helpful hints or instructions
- Use freehand or shape drawing to scribble and draw on your digital documents
- And more!
The best part is, this is only the beginning.
We have lots of exciting updates and brand new features coming later this year to OrbitNote.
If you haven’t tried it yet, you can start your free trial today and take your documents to the next level.