Thank you for all the queries about using the Goals & Priorities Diary on your mobile device.
We’ve done some research and tested a number of apps, and here’s the lowdown…
How To Use Get Organized Wizard Interactive Products
All the Get Organized Wizard products are fully interactive PDFs.
This means you can enter text, edit, search, save, and lots more, right on your PC or Mac. All you need is the free Adobe Reader installed on your machine.
Check out these videos to see a demo of some of the cool interactive features.
Viewing on iPhone or iPad
If you’re happy to do all your text entering on your computer, but would like to be able to view your products on your iPad or iPhone, then an app like GoodReader is fast and easy to use.
Please note that GoodReader only allows you to view and annotate – it doesn’t allow you to enter text into the form fields.
Entering Text, Editing, Saving, etc on iPad
To use the interactive features of your Get Organized Wizard products on your iPad, you’ll need an app like PDF Expert for iPad. This app lets you enter text, edit, search, and save on your iPad (as you can see in the image above).
PDF Expert for iPad is $US9.99.
Fingers crossed that they add an iPhone version soon!
We tested a number of iPhone and iPad apps, and these were the best performers. I’ll update this post with more solutions as we test them.
If you find other options that work well, please share them in the comments.
At this stage we don’t have any recommendations for Android or Blackberry apps.
But we’re very mindful of you guys, and we won’t forget about you!
Meanwhile, if anyone finds a good Android or Blackberry solution, please share it in the comments.
Please Note: These Are Not Our Apps
Just so there’s no misunderstanding, GoodReader and PDF Expert for iPad are apps by third parties that we bought and tested and which performed well. They aren’t ours! So if you have any feedback on the apps themselves, please provide it on the iTunes store.