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Black Friday deal: Get 40% off this fast, efficient and easy-to-use PDF editor

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Black Friday sale: UPDF makes it easy to work with PDFs on any device: macOS, iOS, Windows and Android.
Get a great Black Friday BOGO deal on UPDF, an app that makes it easy to work with PDFs on any device: macOS, iOS, Windows and Android.
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PDF files are a fact of life online. All sorts of information, forms, contracts, applications and more come in the format, which is fixed to preserve formatting and resist having just anyone make changes. So you need special software to fill in, edit and sign a PDF, which can be a hassle.

That’s where UPDF comes in. It’s a versatile and easy-to-use PDF editor that’ll have you filling in and signing PDF files in no time, or even making more substantial changes, like reordering pages and converting files to other formats.

Even better, you can use UPDF on any platform for no additional cost. Cult of Mac readers can get an exclusive 40% discount for a limited time. Plus, you can take advantage of a special Black Friday “Buy One Gift One” deal through November 30, 2022. Get the deal at the end of this article.

Affordable, feature-rich PDF editor-reader updated for iOS 16 and iPadOS 16

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PDF Editor PDF Book Reader is an inexpensive app that covers your PDF-file needs.
PDF Editor PDF Book Reader is an inexpensive app that covers your PDF-file needs.
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Adobe Acrobat is great for editing PDF files, but the software costs between $13 and $20 a month for a subscription. If you work with PDFs only occasionally, paying out monthly is massive overkill.

Luckily, there are practical and feature-rich apps out there that cost very little to use. One of them is PDF Editor PDF Book Reader, which has been around for years but has been updated to work with iOS 16 and iPadOS 16 on iPhones and iPads.

What is the best PDF app for students and educators? 

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Quit struggling with PDFs. An easy-to-use PDF editor like PDFelement takes the hassles out of using PDFs.
An easy-to-use PDF editor like PDFelement takes the hassles out of using PDFs.
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This post on PDF apps is brought to you by Wondershare.

The popularity of the PDF file format increases day by day. PDFs make it simple and reliable to share documents. However, despite the file format’s many amazing features and capabilities, many users show remain reluctant to use PDF files.

The reason behind this is the rigidity of PDF files. If you don’t have a dedicated app, it can prove maddeningly difficult to make changes.  Here, we are going to introduce you to what might be the best PDF editor app: Wondershare PDFelement. This app will let you make all desired changes to a PDF file. Let’s get to know more about this app.

Have your way with documents on iPhone and Mac with Kdan’s PDF Reader

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Create, convert, edit and share documents with Kdan's PDF Reader.
Create, convert, edit and share documents with Kdan's PDF Reader.
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This post is brought to you by Kdan.

If you want to work smoothly with PDF files, you need a capable tool like Kdan’s PDF Reader. The name may leave you thinking it just helps you read PDFs, but it actually does much more for your workflow.

With PDF Reader, you can create, read, edit, sign, scan, secure and convert PDFs on your iPhone, iPad or Mac. Learn more and download it below.

Save 25% off this simple PDF editor that professionals love

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This PDF Editor is simple and easy to use.
This easy-to-use PDF editor might be your new favorite app.
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The PDF is one of the most popular file formats in the world. Yet somehow, a good PDF editor is still hard to find.

Wondershare PDFelement Professional is a simple PDF editor loaded with features. It caters to everyday users as well as professionals who need advanced tools. And you can get a perpetual license on sale for $119 (regularly $159) for a limited time.

It’s your last chance to get PDF Expert for 62% off

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PDF Expert is 62% but not for long.
You only have a few days left to get this well-reviewed Mac app for less than $30.
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A good PDF editor is a tool you need whether you’re in school, at work or just trying to tweak something you downloaded. PDF Expert is an award-winning Mac app that lets you use PDFs as easily as if they were Pages docs.

Sound promising? If so, you should jump on this deal. It’s your last chance to get this highly rated PDF editor for Mac on sale for just $29.99. (It normally goes for $79.)

Wondershare PDFelement 8 is a serious alternative to Adobe Acrobat

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Wondershare PDFelement 8.0 is a full-featured PDF editor.
PDFelement 8.0 is a full-featured PDF editor.
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This post is brought to you by Wondershare, maker of PDFelement.

Wondershare’s PDFelement, now available in version 8.0, vies for the title of best Adobe Acrobat alternative and prides itself on being a PDF editor “built on simplicity,” whether you use it with macOS or Windows. We’ve seen nothing in our use of the Mac version of the utility to quibble with any of that. It’s powerful and easy to use.

PDF Expert adds powerful iPadOS 13 features

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PDF Export now supports multiple windows.
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Readdle’s PDF Expert is my most-used PDF app, because it’s fast, powerful and doesn’t get in the way. I don’t even use many of the advanced features, but I still prefer it over most other options.

Now it’s even better. The most recent PDF Expert update adds support for the new features in iOS 13 and iPadOS. Let’s run through what’s new.

Hands on with the new PDFelement 7

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Get a grip on PDFs with PDFelement 7.
Get a grip on PDFs with PDFelement 7.
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This post is presented by Wondershare.

If you work with a computer, you’ve got to deal with PDF documents. They’re so common, in fact, that any small amount of improvement in terms of workflow adds up to big gains in productivity.

That’s why we’ve always been fans of PDFelement. As the leading alternative to Adobe Acrobat, it offers top-notch features in a simple package. PDFelement just launched a new version, so we took it for a spin to see what’s changed.