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There are many ways to save and share on the iPad, but until now it wasn’t so easy to turn most anything into a PDF document with a tablet. That’s where PDF Converter comes in, the latest productivity app from Readdle that easily converts Microsoft Office, iWork, web pages and more into PDF files, right on your iPad.
Readdle has announced the availability of PDF Converter, a new iPad app that is likely to become a savior for users of business and productivity apps. PDF Converter allows you to save any document on your iPad into a PDF file, which can then be easily emailed or shared with colleagues or friends.
“Anyone looking for the ability to convert documents, images, online articles, posts or regular web pages to PDF format for later reading or sharing with colleagues and friends will find PDF Convertor invaluable for their day-to-day usage of the iPad,” reads the Readdle press release for the new app. “PDF Converter features the most accurate PDF conversion available on the iPad. Proper page breaks and content formatting of the office documents, spreadsheets and presentations makes the application suitable for any business professional equipped with the iPad.”
Best of all, PDF Converter doesn’t limit you with only certain kinds of documents -- you can create PDF files from Microsoft Office or iWork files, web pages and even photos, with seamless integration to other iPad apps. That means users can convert a document to PDF for further action and email it back to a client without ever leaving the iPad.
"Just last week I received a Word document on my iPad with NDA to sign,” explains Alex Tyagulsky, Readdle CMO. “It took 30 seconds to make PDF from Word with PDF Converter and 90 seconds to complete and sign the agreement in PDF Expert. Two minutes, it's incredible!” PDF Expert is another Readdle app dedicated to working with PDF documents including forms, signatures and more.
PDF Converter is available now from the App Store for only $6.99; the app is compatible with any iPad running iOS 4.3 or higher.
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