- 1 license for 3 Macs
- Special Offer for student and professor
- Version: Latest version
- Developer: Readdle
- License:1 license for 3 Macs
I can't believe it is really worked! Thanks ColorMango!
Highly recommended! Awesome! Very convenient! It does great help for the office workers who use MacBook.
Actually, I don’t need other PDF tools for mac OS, and for me, the PDF Expert is enough, such as the functions: PDF merge, PDF form filling. I think this is also useful and suitable for the professional users.
I tested the PDF Expert, opened a 100MB PDF document to read, and got the smooth reading experience, especially fast scroll down the page, no lagging at all, the content displayed at the moment when I just stopped scrolling. Now I don’t have a larger PDF file, so I don’t know how about the speed of those large documents, that is over a thousand pages.
Edit PDF as easy as Word.
Under the editing mode, just double click on the content to edit it directly, including text, color, size etc., and then you can add the content like images.
Although it is not a strong need, but the design is awesome, it makes me feel very interested in.
Although it is a little expensive, as a designer, I can't help to purchase it for its beautiful UI.
Nice, pretty useful. The only bad thing is that it does not support to print Odd or Even Pages.
No frozen in work process, pretty good, but it lacks some functions, such as adding page header, page footer and page numbers, OCR, etc. It even does not support the Compress PDF, so I think it can’t be called “expert”, but it is very good at this price.
So far as I am using the software, I like the PDF editing feature best. It has comprehensive functions and is convenient to use.
The speed is fast, and there is no lagging in scrolling. It feels very comfortable to use.
This is the best PDF editor for Mac!
It is not as smooth as Adobe, but still very good!
Forgot to comment, maybe it's too comfortable to use, reading efficiency improved +10%.
Pros: User-friendly interface, quick PDF opening and page turning, hotkeys available for switching reading mode (Day / Sepia/ Night mode). Meanwhile, it can also combine multiple PDFs, even though the operation is a bit tedious.
Cons: Currently I met a problem which is likely a bug: sometimes when switching between annotation modes (underline, or highlight, etc), the page will automatically scroll up, and it won’t even stop. During the process, I cannot do other operations, the only I can do is to stop this bug by manually scrolling the PDF progress bar to the first page. It has happened several times. This is pretty annoying.
It is much more powerful than I have imagined. I like the underlining and text editing the best.