PDF Expert is the ultimate PDF app you’re looking for. It’s fast, intuitive and powerful to let you effortlessly complete literally any PDF task. “PDF Expert is one of my must-have iPad apps and a desktop-class PDF reader”. – MacStories.net “I was blown away at how easy the app is to use”. – MakeUseOf “The best app for managing, editing, and reading PDFs on your iPad”. – The Sweet Setup *** WITH PDF EXPERT YOU CAN *** READ PDFs WITH EASE • Quickly open PDF documents from email, the web, or any app that supports “Open In…” • Enable full-text search, scroll, zoom in and out. • Choose Single Page or Continuous scroll mode. • Use Text to Speech feature to hear the selected text read out loud. HIGHLIGHT AND ANNOTATE PDFs • Mark important info in books or documents with the first class annotation tools: highlight, underline, strikethrough and others. • Insert pre-designed stamps such as Approved, Not Approved, Confidential and more. DRAW WITH YOUR FINGER OR APPLE PENCIL • Draw with your finger or Apple Pencil to make handwritten notes or highlight text in scanned books. WORK IN THE CLOUD • Connect to other document storage providers like Dropbox, iCloud Drive, Box, OneDrive, Google Drive etc. • Enable 2-way sync with storages to provide continuous work with documents among all devices. CREATE NOTES • Add comments to the texts you read using sticky notes and drawing tools. MAKE BOOKMARKS • Make Bookmarks when it comes to intuitive navigation through PDF files. FILL FORMS • Work with static PDF forms created in Adobe Acrobat. • Fill out any PDF forms with interactive fields such as text fields, checkboxes and radio buttons. ADD EMOTION WITH STICKERS • Express yourself with amazing stickers that can be used right inside your PDFs. *** WITH PRO FEATURES OF THE SUBSCRIPTION*** With the additional PRO subscription, you can get unique PDF superpowers. EDIT ORIGINAL PDF TEXT • Edit or modify existing text. The font, size, and opacity of the original text are automatically detected, so you can make edits easily. ADD AND EDIT IMAGES • Easily add, replace and resize images in your PDFs. Or change a logo or a graph. PDF Expert will handle those edits easily. SIGN DOCUMENTS • Use e-signatures to sign contracts and agreements on the go. • Sign documents with signatures synchronized across all your devices: Mac, iPhone, iPad. PROTECT CONTENT WITH PASSWORD • Restrict access to PDF Expert with a password. • Protect your files from unauthorized reading with a password. FAVORITES TOOLBAR • Quickly access your favorite tools with a fully customizable toolbar. ADD LINKS • Now linking any part of the text to a different page or even a website is fast. Moreover, links can be added to images. REDACT SENSITIVE DATA • Using the Redact feature you can permanently erase or hide any sensitive information in your PDFs. CONVERT TO PDF • Convert webpages, photos and documents to PDF right in PDF Expert in a snap. Converting happens locally on your device, so your files are absolutely secure. If you choose to purchase PDF Expert PRO, payment will be charged to your iTunes account, and your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the iTunes Store after purchase. Current PDF Expert PRO subscription price starts at $49.99 USD/year. Prices are in US dollars, may vary in countries other than the US and are subject to change without notice. If you don’t choose to purchase PDF Expert PRO, you can simply continue using PDF Expert for free. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription, where applicable. Read more about our terms and conditions here: https://pdfexpert.com/privacy https://pdfexpert.com/terms
I purchasedThe desktop version of this app thinking that I will be able to have the iOS version but I was wrong. Apparently if I wanted to have the iOS version I have to fork over more money for things I’ve already paid for. I’ve noticed that App developers are doing this more and more. Forcing customers to buy into a desktop app and a mobile version of that app as two separate applications. Smaller developers aren't even doing this. Buy the app once and you are free to access mobile or desktop that's the expectation, not a blatant money grab like this.
Not a good idea
Your greed has no bounds. Uninstalled.
Every time I open the iCloud folder, the app re-downloads the contents making it impossible to use offline. The app also won't let me sync a handful of iCloud folders the way it enables with Dropbox. I'd like to be able to use iCloud with PDF Expert, but I am sort of forced to continue using Dropbox.
Rotate should be included in free for viewing purposes.
I can’t get this app to open even when I install each new update. It just doesn’t go to the Home Screen and crashes. It’s been like this for weeks and I really need to get to my documents. I’m scared to delete it and redownload because I don’t want my files to be gone.
I really like this PDF editor application and I might consider it as one of the best. However there’s appears to be a glitch where every time I switch between apps the application crash. Is there a possibility of fixing this? Thank you
2 pens and 2 markers feature are gone!!! I bought PDF Expert 6 pro, was satisfied with the product and the pro features. While I have no problem with subscription model, except for the price is too high, I still don’t accept they were telling customers they didn’t take away any feature bought in PE6, yet, the 2 pens and 2 markers feature were taken away unless you subscribe, seriously damaged my workflow. 2020/10/27 update: The company keeps apologizing for inconvenience it made to customers, and suggests customers might want to write emails to get problems solved. Sounds responsible, right? The problems never get fixed, features are still taken away. Disappointed.
This app has done everything I expected of it. The only issue I have had is a rare drop out of a colored jpg visible on screen but not appearing on a print on the desktop version, but I’m locked into an older OS because of robust legacy hardware, so could just as easily be a print driver problem.