The first two programs I reach for when I get a new tablet out of the box are Microsoft Office 2010 and Bluebeam Revu. Between these two software suites we have been able to banish reams of paper from our offices and truly embrace the paperless (as much as it is physically possible) office.
Now with version 10 Bluebeam have polished up the Revu interface to make it more finger friendly and modern.
Customers who rely on Bluebeam to manage quality control love linking to other PDFs and documents in Bluebeam. Version 10 adds some significant new linking features.
Also coming with version 10 is the new free Bluebeam Vu product that allows non-Bluebeamers the ability to view PDF documents in the brilliant tabbed Bluebeam interface.
The tabbed interface alone makes Vu an awesome alternative to Adobe Reader. The ability to sort and filter annotations created in Bluebeam makes Vu even more handy. And if you don’t need to save your measurements, you can just use Vu to do that. Your customers will love collaborating on your marked up PDF files with Vu.
To download the free Bluebeam Vu PDF viewer, visit the Bluebeam website here: http://www.bluebeam.com/us/free-viewer/
Learn more about Bluebeam Revu 10 here: