I’ve installed on both the iPad Pro and the iPhone 7. On each, the installation was easy and all my references quickly appeared. Changes made to a reference on the website was reflected almost instantly in the app and vice versa.
Downloading a pdf and annotating were very easy and intuitive. I did hesitate slightly when I didn’t see a button for comments, but the next logical step was to click on a bit of highlighted text and see what happened. Which promptly allowed me to add comments.
Highlights and comments made on documents show up on all versions of Paperpile as expected.
I’m looking forward to being able to add references, edit references, and export annotations and comments in the app. I am dying to be able to use Paperpile Cite while you Write on my iPad.
I have been working towards using the iPad Pro as my primary device for research and writing and so far, no one has been able to create a seamless citation manager that works with a iOS word processing app that I can also access on my work computer that is a PC. If you can get Paperpile to do this, you will win the internet. I know a number of academics and students that long to ditch the laptop and migrate to the iPad full time, but citations are a hindrance to that.
Keep up the good work.