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How often have you come across this scenario: You’re working in the office when someone sends you a PDF file that needs to be edited, either with your signature or anything else. But hey, there’s no PDF editor on your work machine, and your company has strict admin policies.
A web app is the best way to go around this and PDF Zen could be just what the doctor ordered. It’s got a lovely, Metro-inspired design, is extremely easy to use and features enough options for you basic PDF, DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLSX, ODF and RTF editing needs. (more…)
PDFs are designed to be the ultimate portable document, and even today they’re one of the most popular to share everything from forms to eBooks. The only problem is, they’re rather difficult to deal with. Sure, you can read them anywhere, but you’ll usually need a native app such as Adobe Reader installed, and then editing PDFs will require an expensive app like Adobe Acrobat.
PDFescape is a web application that claims to do everything that a normal PDF reader is capable of, and more. Is it a worthy alternative to the pdf giants like Adobe Reader and Foxit Reader, or is it just a wanna be? Let’s find out.