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TLDR: This award-winning app can help you complete any PDF project, from editing to filling out forms to even creating PDFs of your own.
PDFs pulled away as the primary web document format of the digital age in the early 90s because they offered high quality versions of those documents in a comparatively small file size.
But while they looked great and didn’t take up much space, the downside of PDFs have always been just as forward-facing. Even with many editors and across all operating systems, PDFs can still be a bear to hassle with.
Of course, it doesn’t always have to be a nightmare. For Mac owners, PDF Expert ($29.99 for a lifetime subscription; 62 percent off from TNW Deals) has become the go-to app for any PDF project, from simple reading and viewing to editing or even creation.
With PDF Expert, users can modify text, images and links with amazing ease. It also includes access to a variety of markup tools to highlight, strikeout, underline, and more for just the right annotation.
Filling out PDF forms with interactive fields is also simple business for PDF Expert. Meanwhile, nifty features also allow users to convert PDFs into most other popular file formats, edit images imported from a scanner or iOS device, assemble several PDFs for printing and more.
The app even makes it easy to share PDFs across iPhones, iPads, and Mac, with virtually anyone remotely, or password protect sensitive documents.
In addition to all that, PDF Expert also has the credentials to prove its market-leading position, including an Apple Editors’ Choice award, as well as App of the Year and top Paid App honors in the Mac App Store, as well as a sterling 4.7 out of 5 star rating.
As MacStories.net said, “..for those of you who deal with PDFs regularly, PDF Expert is well worth the money.”
Regularly priced at $79, Mac users can scoop up a lifetime subscription to PDF Expert now at more than 60 percent off, just $29.99 with the current offer.
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