Readdle's PDF Expert for Mac Gains Improved Search, New Toolbar Layout

Readdle today updated its popular PDF Expert app for the Mac to version 2.2, overhauling the app and adding new features to make editing and annotating PDFs even easier than before.

New editing tools automatically detect the font, size, and opacity of the original text in a PDF document, so PDFs can be edited more like regular text documents for a much quicker editing experience.


Readdle has also introduced a new toolbar layout that's specialized for tasks like going over a contract or reading an article, with options for viewing several pages of a single document, comparing two documents, and more.

To make searching faster, version 2.2 of PDF Editor includes search indexing, plus the ability to search all opened files and save history has been added.


PDF Expert for Mac can be downloaded from the Mac App Store for $59.99. [Direct Link] A non Mac App Store version is also available from the PDF Expert website.

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3 weeks ago
Don

Just bought PDF Expert 3 months ago. The $50 upgrade cost seems really, really steep.

I really like the version I have, but there's no way to justify spending $100 over the course of a few months to keep it up to date. They have sales on it with some regularity, and there's likely to be more savings than the measly $10 they're giving to existing customers.


Don't know how they compare, but pdfPenPro has been very good for me. Customer service is excellent and I ditched Adobe Reader already for years, because printing anything was taking forever. UI isn't good either.

BTW: For those who need unlocking google guapdf.= guaranteed unlock. Responsive developer.
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2 weeks ago
PDF Expert is one of those apps that's worth every penny. It's so much better than Mac's Preview and much less costly that Adobe Acrobat. The features are awesome and with this new update, it does just about everything I need it to. Creating forms would be nice but I don't have to do that too often and I would certainly pay an upgrade fee for it. It's a full replacement for Acrobat at that point.
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