Description of App
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RTF Write is a powerful new RTF and PDF (Rich Text Format, PDF) Editor for iOS and OS X! Featuring full iCloud document synchronization, RTF in multiple
styles, sizes, and colors; as well as PDF Viewing/Creating/Annotation; RTF Write makes it super easy to create in two of the most popular word processor
formats while still being incredibly powerful! And the best part is RTF Write is free for iOS and only $1.99 (U.S.) on OS X!
- iCloud document synchronization; RTF Write keeps all your documents up to date on all your iOS and OS X devices (iPhone, iPad, and Mac)
- RTF/RTFD Read/Write support; easily Create and Edit Rich Text with multiple styles, alignment, font sizes, color, shadows, line spacing, and more --
one of the most popular word processor formats widely compatible across OS X, Windows, and Linux
- PDF Creation/Viewing/Annotation -- Create Blank PDFs super easy and draw diagrams, take notes, etc. (Large PDF documents in iCloud, such as large eBooks,
are not recommended)
- DOC and DOCX Viewing on iOS, DOC/DOCX Read/Write support on OS X
- Export as PDF makes it easy to annotate PDF's (iOS only) for grading papers, making corrections, or signing documents
- Revolutionary PDF Magnifer feature makes it super easy to take Notes and automatically save as PDF (iOS only)
Incredibly advanced, yet super easy to use!
The app is accessible but VoiceOver lags in large documents. When reading and editing with a Braille Sense display, the cursor and VoiceOver are not in sync. There are three unlabeled buttons near the top of the screen between one for accessing documents and another for changing font. The keyboard contains an extra row with tab, double quote, single quote, and other buttons. To move through many pages, it is best to use scrolling commands before pressing double tap to edit text, which causes the keyboard to appear. Pressing double tap on a document does not cause it to open. The pass through gesture (double tap and hold) followed by a split tap should work to open a document. Flicking before opening doesn't work; using a finger to find the exact location and then opening with the pass through gesture does. I have not attempted to select text and change font, so I cannot yet comment on the accessibility of those features. We finally have an iPhone app to edit RTF files; however, the question of its practicality with VoiceOver lagging remains.