Users can convert documents from a large variety of sources, such as Apple's iWork and Microsoft Office. One can also convert files right from the Dropbox as well.
Users can convert documents from a large variety of sources, such as Apple's iWork and Microsoft Office. Users can load web pages through the app and convert them into PDF files for offline reading. Even email attachments can be loaded in the app which are efficiently converted by the app.
Other items that can be converted include users' contacts, photos, and files in the Dropbox account. Converting files from the Dropbox account is a bonus, because users don't need to take the trouble to load their files first on their iPad and then convert, since the conversion can be done right from Dropbox itself.
The converted PDF files can be stored in the app itself and users can choose to either view the PDF files there or transfer them elsewhere. Users can email these files, or transfer them to other apps which have the capability to open such files.
"Just last week I received a Word document on my iPad with NDA to sign. It took 30 seconds to make PDF from Word with PDF Convertor and 90 seconds to complete and sign the agreement in PDF Expert. Two minutes, it's incredible!" comments Alex Tyagulsky, Readdle chief marketing officer. "With PDF Converter, available on the App Store, anyone can do this."
The app makes it easy for those users who need to juggle a lot of PDF files. Those who are comfortable typing on iPad, can take the print out from the PDF itself, without going to their PC.
The iPad continues its march forward in reducing the need for the users to get back to their personal computer time and again. The PDF Converter adds one more reason why users can work from their iPad itself.
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