First of all, its design looks great! Everything can be accessed as simply as by clicking some of the buttons from the bar at the top of the window. Some of the most useful options are also displayed at the center of the window until you open a PDF file. If you want to enjoy the full package, you will have to buy the app as you'll notice that almost every option is blocked until you buy it. You can also activate a 7-day trial to see how you like the full version.
There aren't many different options you can use. First of all, you can convert/get your PDF file to/from Word, Excel, PPT, Image, etc. However, you can only do it for the first 10 pages. You can also insert signatures (without advanced features) or you can combine PDF documents but only up to two files.
You can only sync 10 files per day using Dropbox and you can add annotations that can only contain hyperlinks containing the number of the page to jump to. However, you can use some security options to prevent the file from being copied or printed, or you can add a password required to open it.
There is really nothing else to say as the app is severely limited and you'll have to buy the full version or use the 7-day free trial if you wish to see what the app has to offer. If you decide for the full version, keep in mind there are also special discounts for education accounts. If you want to make a bulk education or military offer, you can simply contact the developers. Volume Purchase Program for organizations or educational institutions is also supported.
Reviewed by Vedin Klovo (editor rating 3.5 out of 5 stars)
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