PDF Expert by Readdle

PDF Expert by Readdle

Designed & Published By Readdle Inc.

  • App Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2013-12-03
  • Current Version: 6.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 152.33 MB
  • Developer: Readdle Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 (15,744 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $9.99
PDF Expert by Readdle App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Based on 15,744 Reviews
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PDF Expert by Readdle App Description

PDF Expert 6 is an essential app for anyone who reads, highlights, signs and fills out PDFs on their iPhone and iPad. With an additional in-app purchase PDF Expert 6 acquires the unique superpower to edit existing PDF text, replace images and hide sensitive data. “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 6 YOU CAN *** HIGHLIGHT AND REVIEW PDFS • Mark important information in books, journals or documents with the first class annotation tools: highlight, underline, strikethrough and others. • Insert predesigned stamps such as Approved, Not Approved, Confidential and more. • Create diagrams and schemes using shapes such as arrows, circles or rectangles. 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. 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. DRAW WITH YOUR FINGER OR APPLE PENCIL • Draw with your finger or Apple Pencil to make handwritten notes or highlight text in scanned books. EDIT OUTLINES • Edit outlines in a few taps to structure your data and for better navigate through the file. PROTECT CONTENT WITH PASSWORD AND ENCRYPTION • Restrict access to PDF Expert with a password. • Protect your files from unauthorized reading with a password. • Enable iOS Data Protection to encrypt everything while your iPad or iPhone is not in use. WORK IN THE CLOUD • Connect to other document storage providers like Dropbox, iCloud Drive, Box, OneDrive, Google Drive etc. Work with files right in the storage and all edits will be saved there without downloading the document. • Enable 2-way sync with storages to provide the 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. 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. *** WITH PRO FEATURES OF IN-APP PURCHASE YOU CAN*** With additional in-app purchase you can have the unique superpower that allows you to edit PDFs. New features come as an additional in-app purchase for pros. EDIT 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. EDIT PDF IMAGES • Easily add, replace and resize images in your PDFs. Or change a logo or a graph. PDF Expert will handle those edits easily. 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 the images. REDACT SENSITIVE DATA • Using the Redact feature you can permanently erase or hide any sensitive information in your PDFs. PDF Expert is also available in the Mac App Store. It has been voted “App of the Year Runner-up” by Apple.

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App Reviews

  • Over the time it evolved

    4
    By shafin191
    Not the same buggy pdf expert anymore. It developed in certain areas and improved well.
  • Keeps asking for reviews

    2
    By Cptn Sodium
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  • Good, but missing a few things

    4
    By CharlesEdwards_III
    I’ve been using an iPad since the early generations, and the killer app has always been whichever PDF app is the best. At one point that best app was iAnnotate, however; once it was bought out by Branchfire, they completely stopped innovating for over 2 years straight. What had made that app great was the original dev team and its responsiveness to the community. Alas, I’ve now moved to what I consider the best app: PDF Expert. I was pleasantly surprised to find that this app has implemented many features that I would consider critical for a modern day PDF app, to include the Sepia tone viewing option for documents. With this being stated, I feel some things are missing. First, the ability to take a screenshot selection. This is a critical feature. Being able to select part of a page and save to camera roll or to the clipboard is a must-have feature for an app such as this. Second, I think the highlighters should have multiple options just like the pens. Being able to quick select between your favorite three colors of highlighters is as common as picking between multiple pen colors. Third, I don’t think you should show file types that you cannot open. It feels bad to be told to use another app to open something. If all you can deal with are PDFs, then just sync the PDFs. It’s called “*PDF* Expert.” People will understand. Fourth, it should be easier to delete a highlight, underline, or strikethrough annotation. As of now, one has to scroll all the way to the specific annotation in the “Annotations” tab and find the right page when the entire time they knew where the annotation was. It was by their thumb. They just couldn’t delete it. Something like a Long Press on an annotation should allow for the options for it to be deleted. Or it should at least take you to the “Annotations” tab for you to delete it there. The latter solution is clunky, but could account for the corner case where someone has happened to highlight, underline, and strikethrough a selection of text, which is possible, however improbable it may be. Other options include a swipe on the annotation or some sort of multi-touch gesture like two-finger swipe. Finally, the color tagging implementation could be fleshed out. What every PDF app so far has done is add their own custom tagging that stays internal to the app. This isn’t very useful. The better way to do tags is to implement them in a way that makes the experience between the app and the Mac seamless. In other words, macOS already embeds tags in the PDF metadata. If you were to read those tags and allow the user to write those tags from within the app, this feature would be much more robust. Example: We have a cookbook called “Awesome Book of Flavor.” It has the tags: [Green], [Cookbook], [Vegetarian]. We have another cookbook called “Heavy Metal Lobsters.” It has the tags: [Blue], [Cookbook], [Seafood]. If the user were to add these tags on their Mac and sync these documents to PDF Expert, then that tag data would be available to PDF Expert. The user would then search for [Cookbook] in PDF Expert and get both of these books from the search. But the user could also add from within the app the tag [Music] to the “Heavy Metal Lobsters” book. Not only would the user be able to search for [Music] within the app, but since that would be written to metadata, then on sync, the [Music] tag would be available for search on the Mac (as well as in Apple’s new “Files” app). Thus the “Heavy Metal Lobsters” book would have the following tags ready to sync back to the Mac: [Blue], [Cookbook], [Seafood], [Music]. Such integration would make going between this app and the Mac a more seamless experience and make your app feel like a natural extension of macOS, which is good for you and for the users. Everyone wins. Semantic organization of information is the future and seemingly small steps like this are more impactful than they seem.
  • Crashing with larger files

    3
    By ama_1
    Consistent crashing on iOS 11 with larger PDFs. This used to happen on iOS 10 but not as much as 11. Please fix! It’s not usable anymore.
  • Doesn't work!

    1
    By sal206
    I can't freaken edit any form I've downloaded. Apple already has a PDF reader in the bottom of the email that lets you edit for free. Waist of my money!
  • Works Well

    5
    By AzJetStar
    The app works very well. I use it a lot for real estate transactions and getting signatures. Saves a much valuable resource.... Paper.
  • App begins crashing

    4
    By molly9393
    While I love the app and it's very useful for me, it began crashing a little after the update! I tried restarting and deleting and installing the app but it still crashes. Please fix it!
  • App support?

    1
    By Sh'ma!
    I wrote them and they never responded
  • Erased

    1
    By Vendorstate
    Updated the app and all my info was erased......nice!
  • Excellent!

    5
    By Masso Chailly
    I've been using it several years now, and love it.

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