LiquidText gives students and knowledge workers better ways to annotate, navigate, visualize and understand the things they have to read.
Our LiquidText software is a multi-touch document manipulation system that provides a uniquely flexible environment for active
reading — the focused, critical reading we do when we highlight, annotate, flip between pages, compare documents, etc.
LiquidText is built on peer-reviewed research, thoroughly tested, and validated with users. Our first product release is under development
and we expect to make it available for the iPad later this year.
To provide this more flexible, fluid way to interact with documents, we developed a high degree-of-freedom user interface, where
the reader can freely and precisely control both the visual representation and the navigational structures of their content.
What this means is that things that used to be hard, like comparing several sections of a long text, creating annotations
that refer to many parts of a text at once, or aggregating your annotations together without losing their context, are now easy.