CreatePDF for iOS is Adobe's official app for converting PDF files

CreatePDF for iOS is Adobe's official app for converting PDF files
At $9.99, Adobe's own CreatePDF for iOS doesn't come very cheap, but supposedly all the Adobe Acrobat behind-the-scenes merits are embedded, and, most importantly, coming straight from the source.

PDF Expert 2.5, for instance, carries the same price tag, and there is also PDF Converter in the App Store, which is a bit cheaper.

Adobe has listed the following app features for its iOS-tailored PDF app:

  • Creates PDF files that look exactly like the original using the same technology as Adobe Acrobat.
  • Consistent, high-fidelity PDF conversion independent of device or software. Uses Adobe‚Äôs online services to ensure there is no compromise on quality or performance. The service does not keep a copy of your original or the PDF document.
  • Creates PDF files that meet accessibility standards.
  • Preserves links, end notes, foot notes and creates bookmarks automatically in PDF files converted from Office documents
  • Preserves Transitions and converts Multi-media Content for Power Point files.
  • Convert email attachments or files stored in the cloud or any application by opening them within the Adobe CreatePDF application.
  • Hand over converted PDF files to other applications, including sending as email attachments with one touch

To top it all off, the list of supported file formats includes Microsoft Office, OpenOffice and StarOffice docs, along with simple RTF, text and Word Perfect files. On the graphics front, CreatePDF can work with JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF, TIFF images, as well as Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign file extensions.

Enticed? Hit the source link below if you want to take it for a spin.

source: Adobe CreatePDF (iTunes link)

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4 Comments

1. Lucas777

Posts: 2137; Member since: Jan 06, 2011

but why wud u be creating pdfs from ur phone...

3. E.N.

Posts: 2610; Member since: Jan 25, 2009

very true. But I guess you can use it for webpages, emails, writing documents etc. It's probably more useful for iPad users though.

4. protozeloz

Posts: 5396; Member since: Sep 16, 2010

maybe not creating but editing documents I can see using this to modify work. it will be even ore useful if it had OCR

2. Chris5205 unregistered

Yawn. There's like 5 million websites that offer the exact same thing for free and can be accessed from any mobile phone's browser. No software installation required.

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