PDF files are a widespread format due to their small size and shareability. One of their disadvantages, though, is that they are difficult to edit. This program lets you edit and recycle your old PDF files to use them again, thus saving you the time required to create a completely new file.
The program works in a form that is very similar to a text processor. If you are familiar with MS Office suite, then you will find this application very easy to use, since its interface and functions are very akin to those of Word and PowerPoint programs.
The application lets you modify and add text, search and replace any word or phrase, insert, delete and modify objects such as images, add a protective watermark, and so on.
An interesting feature is that you can convert your PDF files into the XLIF format and back to PDF from the application itself via the TransPDF online service. XLIF format allows you to translate files using standard CAT tools.
In sum, it is a good program. The disadvantage is that you can't actually purchase it. Instead, you need to pay a monthly or yearly fee to use it.
The shareware version adds a watermark to the edited PDF files. If you find the program useful and want to get rid of this limitation, you may want to purchase a license, which as I've said, can be on a monthly or yearly subscription.
- Very useful for recycling old PDF files.
- Good text editing capabilities.
- Its interface is similar to that of MS Office programs
- You can't purchase the program. Instead, you need to pay a monthly or yearly fee to use it