Meet PDF Expert 2: The best PDF editor for your Mac

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by Readdlemate, Aug 23, 2016.

  1. Readdlemate Suspended


    Jan 26, 2009
    Readdle team is excited to announce PDF Expert 2, a major update to an award-winning PDF editor that brings a lot of new powerful features. Now, it’s a truly world-class PDF editor that is beautiful and easy to use.


    Grab your free trial at

    So what’s new?

    Edit text
    Now you can make changes in a contract or fix typos in your name or a street address.


    Edit images
    Do you want to change your company’s logo or insert a new graph in a business document? PDF Expert allows you to add, delete, move and replace images in your PDF files.


    Redact sensitive information
    Now you can permanently delete or white out sensitive text and data in your documents.


    Edit Outlines
    PDF Expert provides the best experience for creating outlines to easily navigate through the whole file.


    Add links
    Now linking any part of the text to a different page or a website is easy. Moreover, links can be added even to images.


    Password protect PDFs
    Set a password to your sensitive PDFs or securely share them with clients, coworkers and everyone in between.


    PDF Expert now speaks 10 languages: English, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, French, Chinese and Japanese and Ukrainian.

    Bottom Line
    So, as you see, you can edit almost everything you want with PDF Expert.

    You don’t have to waste time when it comes to removing a word or replacing an image in your PDF. All you need to do is to make the right software choice. We’ve already done everything by making PDF Expert a perfect solution for your PDF related tasks. It’s the best PDF Editor on the platform.

    Get your free trial at
  2. theluggage macrumors 68040

    Jul 29, 2011
    Can it:

    - Add headers/footers to documents (Scenario: you compile a PDF out of several documents from different sources, then you want to apply a common header/footer and page numbers across the lot)
    - Add/edit table of contents
    - Adjust the default display settings for when it loads in Acrobat Reader: e.g. show the table of contents
    - Adjust the default print settings (scenario: document contains a to-scale diagram, you want the default to be 'print actual size' so you don't get people emailing and moaning that your diagram is the wrong size...)

    ...these are what keep me crawling back to an ancient version of Acrobat Pro that isn't going to survive the next OS upgrade. I don't even trust New Improved Acrobat With Extra Cloud to keep these features :-(

    I've used "PDF Studio" which manages the first two, but (a) its got that clunky crossplatform Java feel and (b) its got a stupid DRM that ties it to whatever the network MAC address is when you activate it, so it thinks your machine on WiFi is a different machine to your machine on Ethernet & my copy is now tied to my old defunct logic board up in silicon heaven.
  3. infantrytrophy macrumors regular

    Oct 27, 2013
    Does the new version (PDF Expert 2) do OCR? Will it convert a non-OCR'd PDF file and convert it to a text-recognized PDF file?

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