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PDF Expert for Mac 2.6.14 Fast, robust and beautiful PDF editor for your Mac, iPhone and iPad. Read, annotate and edit PDFs like never before. PDF Expert is the best way to edit PDF text, images, links and outlines. Fixing a typo or changing a logo in a contract, or updating your CV is now a matter of a few seconds. From the first document, PDF Expert springs into action with smooth scrolling and fast search. PDFs open instantly, whether they are just small attachments or 2000-page reports. When it’s time to edit, all the great tools you need are easy to find and just a click away. PDF Expert’s quick annotations, easy form filling, and powerful file merging will chew through your work in record time. Seamlessly edit PDF text, adjust or replace images, add links to text and edit outlines.
An award-winning, lightning-fast, and tabbed document viewer will get you through multiple PDFs faster than ever. Classic tools and unique innovations enable you to highlight, note, and instruct with just a click. Combine multiple documents into a new PDF, or borrow individual pages. Create multiple signatures for every situation and sign on the line with a single click. Avoid your printer with smart tools for filling forms that save you both paper and time.
PDF Expert for Macbook Pro
You don’t work in a bubble, and neither does PDF Expert. When it’s time to send documents to clients, coworkers, and everyone in between, PDF Expert has top-notch support for your Mac’s system-wide share sheet and other apps. If an app accepts PDFs, PDF Expert can get it there. You can also password protect sensitive documents before sharing them. Work across Mac, iPad, and iPhone. Use Readdle Transfer features to seamlessly switch devices in the middle of a document. PDF Expert is there with you.
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PDF Expert 2.6.14 mac full fast, robust and beautiful PDF editor which very popular among all MacBook users for its reliability and unique features. With the help of this, you can read, comment, edit PDFs, and change text and images. Fill out forms and sign contracts like never before. Download the PDF Expert for Mac.
PDF files open instantly, whether they’re small email attachments or 2,000-page reports. The well-designed interface is easy to understand and simplifies your workflow. PDF Expert is very intuitive and new users should have no trouble getting used to its various functions. You can choose from multiple viewing modes, track your bookmarks, document outline, and annotations.
PDF Expert 2.6.14 macOS Key Features
- PDF Expert is the lightweight, powerful PDF viewer your Mac needs.
- Fast, robust and beautiful PDF editor
- Read, annotate and edit PDFs, change text and images.
- Fill forms and sign contracts like never before.
- Dark Mode.
- Mark up images with the native markup tools and Apple Pencil.
- Multiple windows.
- Undo/redo/copy/paste gestures.
PDF Expert 2.6.14 Mac OS System Requirements And Details:
|Name :||Download PDF Expert 2.6.14 Mac OS Full Torrent|
|CPU :||Intel 64|
|RAM Memory :||Optional|
|OS version :||macOS 10.12 or later|
|Hard Disk :||Optional|
|Size :||36 MB|
Instruction to Install :
- First of all extract the zip file you have downloaded.
- Now make sure that you have Turned off your internet connection.
- Drag and droop the dmg file into your app folder.
- Now use Hands off or little snitch to block ongoing connections.
- Run it and enjoy the full software.
- No need for crack or serial keys.
- Don’t ever update.
PDF Expert has been an indispensable app for my iPad for almost as long as I can remember (I’m fairly certain it was one of the first apps I bought when I got my iPad). It’s a fantastic app on iOS because it enables me to not only read, annotate, and add comments to PDFs, but it also gives me a cloud-based ‘Finder’ of sorts – enabling me to browse my Dropbox and OneDrive files and sync them to my iPad.
Given my longstanding appreciation for Readdle’s PDF Expert on iOS, I was pretty keen to try out the Mac version of PDF Expert, which launched late last week. But it must be said, I was sceptical of the value it would bring to the table, because unlike iOS, OS X has the Finder, and cloud services like Dropbox and OneDrive already sync files locally. But most significantly, Preview on the Mac is a fantastic Swiss Army knife for viewing documents and already does a pretty great job at viewing PDF documents, annotating them, adding comments, and even performing some basic page re-organization functions.
But despite my scepticism I was pleased to discover that for those of you who deal with PDFs regularly (myself included), you’ll find value in what Readdle has developed in PDF Expert. Rather than a traditional, wide-ranging, review, I’ve decided to focus on three key features which make PDF Expert worth the money – features that ultimately convinced me to turn my free trial into a purchase.
Merging PDFs and Re-Organizing Pages Is Better in PDF Expert
Preview can merge PDF documents, delete pages, move pages around, extract pages, and so on. But I find that a lot of the time it can be fiddly and feel as though they were features tacked on. That is not the case with PDF Expert for Mac, where it is far simpler to do these tasks.
PDF Expert’s Page Thumbnail View
To accomplish most of these tasks you’ll want to go to PDF Expert’s Page Thumbnail view, which can be triggered by the icon consisting of four squares in the top-left corner of the window. From there you’ll be able to re-arrange pages by dragging them around, add pages, delete pages, rotate pages, and so on. There’s also a button to append pages from another PDF document and the ability to extract selected pages into its own PDF document.
PDF Expert’s Merge Tool
But there’s an even easier way to merge multiple PDF documents in PDF Expert for Mac. Simply go File > Merge Files… and select the PDF documents to merge. PDF Expert will merge them, virtually instantaneously (based on a test I did which came to 58 pages).
PDF Expert has Tabs
One of the frustrations of Preview for me has been the lack of support for tabs. When I’m in the middle of a research project I might often have half a dozen PDF documents open at any one time, which can quickly become a mess to organize because they each have their own window. PDF Expert solves that by opening additional documents in their own tab – just as a web browser would open a new webpage.
But there are also the times when you want to view two PDF documents side-by-side. In that case, simply drag one of the tabs out of the tab bar and that PDF document will “pop out” and exist in its own window. If that seems familiar, it’s because PDF Expert imitates the tab behaviour of Safari. It also means you can drag tabs from one window to another (except when in OS X’s full-screen mode).
PDF Expert is Really Fast and Reliable
This year I’ve had to use some particularly large PDFs – documents that are almost 1000 pages. Preview would load them, but it wasn’t uncommon for Preview to hang for a few moments if I scrolled through them quickly (for reference I’m using a mid-2012 MacBook Air with a 2GHz Intel Core i7 and 8GB of memory). So to test PDF Expert I loaded 7 of the largest PDFs I had on hand, which in total, came to just under 5,000 pages and around 140MB. No matter what I did, whether it was scrolling rapidly, zooming in to a very a large size, quickly switching tabs, I couldn’t detect any lag or hangs. PDF Expert definitely felt a lot more resilient than Preview..
- Readdle says PDF editing tools will be coming in a future update.
- I didn’t really talk about the annotation tools, but suffice to say that PDF Expert has all the features that Preview does, plus a few (minor) extra ones.
- You can set PDF Expert as your default app for reading PDFs by going into PDF Expert’s Preferences.
- PDF Expert supports filling out most kinds of interactive PDFs (Dynamic XFA forms are not supported yet).
- If you click the New Tab ‘+’ button, you’ll see a neat page which has thumbnails of your recently opened documents which enables you to quickly open them (in addition to the File > Open Recent method, which also works).
- As far as I am aware, this is Readdle’s first Mac app, which I think is a pretty great sign, particularly for those of you who like their iPhone email client, Spark. I have absolutely no knowledge about any Mac app plans, but if this Readdle’s standard of quality for Mac apps, I think you should be pretty excited about what they might do with a Spark Mac app.
There’s no doubt that most Mac users don’t need anything more than Preview when it comes to viewing PDF documents, but for those of you who deal with PDFs regularly, PDF Expert is well worth the money. Whether it is the ability to put multiple PDF documents into tabs, easily merge multiple PDF documents, or effortlessly handle even the largest PDF documents, PDF Expert offers a handful of features that will quickly become indispensable
PDF Expert, the winner of the Apple Editors’ Choice Award, allows your Mac to edit text, images, links, and outlines in PDF files. You can fill out forms quickly like taxes, applications, orders, sign PDFs and merge them easily. PDF Expert lets you share your PDFs across iPhones, iPads and Macs, or with other users, and you can even password-protect your files to ensure that only the right users view them.