Hi Rick,The primary reason for me buying an iPad was to have all of my building instructions (and Brickshelf models from others) at my fingertips, without the clutter of a laptop. I loaded all of PDF BIs from LEGO into iBooks, but decided that GoodReader is a far superior PDF reader.As there is no native LDD/Ldraw format viewer native on iOS it takes some creativity to print to PDF to view on the iPad.I also use Evernote to store things I see as inspiration models while browsing, whether on NXTLog, Brickshelf, MOCpages or Eurobricks. I tag these with "lego", "inspiration" etc. and then have instant access to all my LEGO inspiration models no matter what device I am carrying.Mark
Mark,Thanks for the reminder that the iBooks app can import PDFs from other sources. (I'd forgotten that).Based on your comments, I'll check out the Evernote app.
Rick,I wrote a simple tutorial on some of the tools I use for LEGO on my iPad on my website at: http://www.mastincrosbie.com/Marks_LEGO_projects/LEGO_on_the_iPad.htmlIt's by no means exhaustive, but a starting point for others to build from.Regards,Mark
Thanks, Mark.I'll make a post highlighting your link.Rick R.
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