The app is called PDF Office, and it’s available now for iPad.
PDF Office lets you create PDF files from scratch or from existing documents and edit them using a variety of tools.
The app lets you create PDF files from blank documents or notes, which you can load with text, diagrams, photos, fields, and more. It also lets you digitize paper documents into PDFs by scanning them using your iPad’s camera, with the ability to detect fillable PDF forms.
PDF Office is actually touted primarily for its impressive PDF form creation capabilities. As noted by Readdle:
This is the most robust yet easy to use app when it comes to PDF forms creation. Really. You won’t find anything on any platform that can make it easier. Advanced settings, various parameters, and seamless navigation allow you to insert fields with dates, numbers, text, signatures, dropdown lists and much more. The whole process takes 5-10x less time, compared to the time you spend with desktop software (if you even needed to create a PDF form you know what we mean).
Furthermore, PDF Office is capable of converting any file, photo, or webpage into PDF format.
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Upon creation, PDFs can be edited using tools powered by the app’s inline PDF editing engines, including a feature for editing text within PDF files. Of course, PDF Office also supports document annotation and signing.
Note, though, that PDF Office marks Readdle’s first foray into subscription-based revenue generation, as the app actually costs $4.99 per month or $39.99 per year.
But if you already own PDF Expert 5, you’re eligible to get a one-year subscription to PDF Office for free. Just make sure to get it within the next seven days.
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