Adobe Acrobat Reader and Editor were first…
Than, a great amount of the competitors rushed to catch up. And… they succeeded. When I tried using Adobe Acrobat Reader on one of the customers’ computers yesterday, I realized how far they are behind.
One of the Adobe Acrobat Reader’s competitors is PDF Quick Reader. Utility is very quick, light, and rich in features. For example, you can export pages from PDF file as the images (BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG, and Metafile) with different resolutions. There is also a possibility to fill forms and to save filled file.
Here are some key features of what the program can do for you:
- Opening, reading, and displaying any PDF files.
- Printing PDF documents.
- Exporting PDF as a plain text.
- Exporting PDF by the page as images.
- Providing great number of navigation and display modes, zoom.
- Rotating pages.
- Sending PDF file via email directly from the program.
- Extracting text and images for copy-and-paste actions.
- Saving to clipboard.
- Providing advanced search function with appropriate options.
- Filling, saving and sending PDF forms.
- Making digital signatures.
- Providing Live updates.
Update: The product has eventually evolved into Perfect PDF Reader, which is also advanced freeware and deserves being listed here.